SkyFire 3.0 Comes To iOS, Brings Over Features From The Android Port

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Back in November of last year, SkyFire (the company behind the Flash-video-friendly smartphone browser of the same name) launched version 3.0 of their app to the Android Market. The big new features? It was all social stuff, like instant Facebook wall access, a one-click Facebook “Like” button that constantly lived on the nav bar, a “Popular” feature that scans social sites for popular content from the current domain, and the “Fireplace”, which lists JUST the Rich media from your social streams.

I harshed on it a bit, with my main nag being that SkyFire was forgetting to “Keep It Simple, Stupid.” Just about everyone in the comments seemed to agree with me.

But hey, what do we know? SkyFire has apparently seen enough love for the new social staples that they’ve just been added to the iOS port, bringing that build on par with its Android counterpart. You can find it in the App Store for $2.99.