The folks behind the Bolt web browser for BlackBerry have released Bolt 2.0 today. The update adds a number of new features, the most noticeable of which is support for multiple browser tabs, letting you easily open multiple web pages and flip between them.
Bolt 2.0 is based on WebKit, which is the same rendering engine used by the default web browsers for the iPhone and Google Android. But like Opera Mini, Bolt 2.0 users server-side compression which should speed up page load speeds.
Bolt 2.0 Beta is available as a free download.