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    What browsers are available for Windows Mobile besides pocket explorer and opera?
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    I think NetFront is another one...
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    There is also minimo but it is a bit rough, yet.
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    Deepfish

    It's still beta.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas View Post
    Deepfish

    It's still beta.
    Too bad the program is floating around the net but is useless without an activation code.

    I've come to love Picsel Browser, it's somewhat like deepfish, plus it was free.
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    Are there any browsers that will auto-activate flash when a flash object comes up in a web page?

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    The latest Netfront Beta I believe can even do Youtube video.

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    For those who have tried different ones, which one is fastest and easiest to use?
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    There is also an older browser called ftxPBrowser designed for Windows Mobile 2003. I use it sometimes as its free, fast and supports tabs.

    http://park15.wakwak.com/~ftx/ftxp3e/

    It does not require an install as its just an executable. Put it on your SD and try it out, but don't expect any updates since development stopped in 2004.
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    OperaMini is what you want if speed and usability are of any importance IMO.
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    I discovered NetFront recently and I like it a lot. I wish I didn't spend the money for Opera. I HOPE that Opera will let us that paid for it upgrade to 9.0 for free when it comes out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skfny View Post
    OperaMini is what you want if speed and usability are of any importance IMO.
    Opera Mini is a Java browser, so you'd need a Java applet to run it...

    http://www.operamini.com/help/faq/#requirements
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    does netfront support most javascript functions?
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    I use opera mini for the majority of my browsing, it downloads big pages (non-mobile sites) real quick. For quick google searches or lookups I'll use PIE.
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    So how do you get opera mini to run on a 700wx?
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    I am also wondering how to get Opera Mini to run. Where we get this Java stuff at for the phone?
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    Opera mini just came out with a beta version 4 which looks very interesting...
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    I assume using the IMB J9 applet attached to this post on PPCGeeks will allow you to run Opera Mini, but I'm not 100% sure...

    http://www.ppcgeeks.com/google-maps-...00wx-t953.html

    Keep in mind, you will need to be logged in to see and download the file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pibe38 View Post
    I assume using the IMB J9 applet attached to this post on PPCGeeks will allow you to run Opera Mini, but I'm not 100% sure...

    http://www.ppcgeeks.com/google-maps-...00wx-t953.html

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    Yup, it works via that method.

    Can't say I'm really impressed though...maybe I'm missing something?

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    I agree, I don't see the point in having to installing a Java applet to use my browser. I haven't used the applet in forever, I ended up uninstalling it after Google Maps was released for WM5 and decided to check GMail via PIE.
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