This is a shame really.. I always watch Live Motogp races on it whenever I'm out n about and away from my laptop.. Now there goes my full year subscription on Motogp.com coz I'm always out n about n away from my laptop.. But hey.. they only mentioned Winmo & Symbian devices.. Does that mean Android devices are fully supported everywhere?? Then I should suggest Nokia buy this company now and make Skyfire its default browser(after tweaking some improvements, of course).. c",)
There's no reason for Nokia to buy Skyfire. With the amount of phones Nokia is selling, they would have lost money even faster than Skyfire does today.
I bet Skyfire's primary business plan was to be bought. It clearly failed, so now they have to cut down on their expenses.
After reading the blog post, I can see the direction where Skyfire wants to go: weaning users off the more 'expensive' 1.0 and 1.5, and moving them to the more profitable 2.0 browser. However, 2.0 is only featured on (guess who?!) Android and iPhone... with support 'coming soon' for Symbian. Nice to see another company who becomes successful off one group of users, and then dumps them for what they think will be the next big thing (I'm looking at you, Palm... hope HP picks your bones clean!).