WebKit Comes To Windows Mobile Devices

WebKit, which forms the basis of browsers inside Nokia’s S60 phones and Apple’s popular iPhone is finally making its Windows Mobile debut, thanks to Toronto-based start-up, Torch Mobile. The new Windows Mobile browser is called Iris Browser. (It is also available on the Qt and Qtopica platforms.) You can download and try it for yourself on their website. (You can download directly on your device by clicking here.) Torch’s president George Staikos is a key contributor to the WebKit project. I plan to try it out later today, especially if I can find a Windows Mobile device. (From the Archives: The Amazing Rise of WebKit Mobile.)


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