Skyfire is a popular web browser for mobile devices with a few tricks up its sleeve, not the least of which is that it can display some Adobe Flash video on the notoriously Flash-resistant iPhone thanks to remote server technology which converts Flash to HTML5 before streaming it to your phone. Now the folks at Skyfire are preparing to launch a new version of their browser that’s optimized for the Apple iPad.

The new app is optimized for the iPad’s larger 1024 x 768 pixel display, but otherwise looks a lot like the latest Android version of Skyfire, complete with Facebook and Twitter integration.

MobileCrunch reports that Skyfire has submitted the new browser to Apple for approval, so it shouldn’t be too long before it pops up in the App Store. Skyfire for the iPad is expected to sell for around $4.99.

Brad Linder

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