Windows mobile browsers enhance the user experience on Windows mobile phones. Customized browser versions of many popular browsers like Firefox, IE, Opera and Safari supports many third-party add-ons and software. Adobe Flash is also supported in a few of the browsers with the capability to show similar effects as a complete web page.
SkyFire is a Firefox extension browser for Windows mobile phones. The browser uses the patented Gecko rendering engine to display content, images and Flash modules with supreme quality and precision. The scroll and zoom functions are used for portals with expanded web pages developed in CSS design style. The Flash and animation features displayed through the rendering engine to display on the mobile screen without compromising actual features. The Flash videos can be zoomed and watched with same precision and pixel quality as the original Web page version. The browser is available under the General Public License (GPL).
Opera Mini and Opera Mobile
Opera Mobile supports Adobe Flash formats as well as the main Opera browser supports the desktop version. The Java-based application supports the object-oriented programming model, which is the main reason for its compatibility with third-party software like Flash and Animation. It formats the websites and Flash modules as per the requirement and displays them in the browser. YouTube Flash videos can be rendered only on Opera in Ericsson and Nokia phones. The back-end modules of the Opera Mini software provides extra security to prevent Flash videos being hacked by other users.
Fennec is developed for Windows mobile phones by Firefox. It supports the latest Adobe Flash Player 10.0 format and is currently available in an alpha version. The advanced style feature provides a cool interface along with the option to drag the tabs. The browser can play animations and Flash videos through its FFMEG conversion module.
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