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After a couple of failed install attempts. I finally managed to install Skyfire. The Browser works fine. Fast rendering, smooth scroll, Megaupload and Rapidshare download capable. Then I browsed to www.animeseason.com and had a very good surprise: All videos run beautifully over streaming! Full speed, no stuttering, very good quality of sound and image. Skyfire is a MUST HAVE app!
 

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Edzward;11542]After a couple of failed installation attempts. I finally managed to install Skyfire. The Browser works fine. Fast rendering said:
www.animeseason.com[/url] and had a very good surprise: All videos run beautifully over streaming! Full speed, no stuttering, very good quality of sound and image. Skyfire is a MUST HAVE app!
Hmm, the rendering seems slower then Chrome and the Flash support is not actually there - the thing can stream flv from what it seems, but YouTube does not work. Overall I am less then impressed.
 

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I am also very curious about this as well. I downloaded "skyfire.apk" from somewhere on the web, not sure where. It installed fine on my m001 but I never got any flash sites working on it. It even told me I needed to install flash to be compatible with those sites.
 

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I downloaded and had it install just fine from the android market. However lots of force closing and Justin.tv didn't work. I use just regular browser now and wait for Justin.TV app to come outEdit. Just realized this was for eken. I have apad
 

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Just download from official page http://get.skyfire.com/dl_android.php or Market and install. No secrets or tricks. I'm using the 2.1 Beta by the way, downloaded from Market.I don't care for "full" flash support. There are only flash ads out there... But flash video streaming from Youtube, Hulu and AnimeSeason is great for me.The video doesn't run directly on the page like in the desktop browser. Instead run on a built-in player.If you is not aware how do this works, browser to the page where the video is and wait load completely, then press 'Menu', the video streaming toll is the first option. By the way, I've a "not exactly fast" Internet speed, only 300kbp/s (for ~40usd monthly).
 

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UPDATE: Dailymotion videos run only audio.
 
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