Skyfire 2.0 released

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  1. icculusX

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    I use UDv10 and it has been pretty flawless give or take.

    However I am reinstalling my ROM for edits, and I just browsed thru the "terms of service" that you accept before you use it and it basically says we will have access to any of your browsing activity and will likely monitor it.... umm no you wont. Maybe I am a paranoid, but I didnt agree. Droid browser it is...
     
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    yeah for the amount of browsing I do on my Droid Skyfire is not a necessity.

    Heck I don't even care about Flash 10.1 : ) go figure.
     
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    Downloaded earlier today -- definitely a keeper.
     
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    Anyone else read the terms of service, at least the beginning?? Spy on us browsing?
     
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    You already said that...

    I'm pretty sure that the videos somehow go through their server so we aren't technically watching flash. Therefore they would have access to all videos that you watch. I don't care, I'm only using it until Google/Adobe release the real deal.
     
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    Yea I know I said it but it was in a few sentences, and sometimes people dont care to read haha. It bluntly says something to the point of we will likely monitor your browsing, which is different than more passive ways of saying the same thing... just scared me a bit.
     
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    I read somewhere that Hulu won't work on mobile devices because they don't make ad revenue or something. Wouldn't it be possible to spoof the website into thinking you were using a desktop broswer?
     
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    You can exit by holding the back button
     
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    verrrry nice find!
     
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    Wow, very impressed with the "Flash" capability!!
     
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    Multitouch sucks (slow, sluggish, takes too long to render), flash is not that important to me, seems slower than native browser. For how little i use the phone browser this is not for me.

    Uninstalled.
     
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    So far, I've been very impressed with Skyfire 2.0. I haven't been able to use it enough to see if it's faster than the stock browser for mobile/non-intensive sites, but the Flash capability is impressive. I've been able to watch Vevo, South Park, and the Daily Show all with better-than-expected quality. Doesn't seem to use much resources either (since the video is processed server-side), and I managed to watch the Daily Show while keeping the CPU temperature at 105F.
     
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