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    there is a new web browser on the rise!!!!

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    Teashark, although in beta form, and also not compatible (CURRENTLY, but will VERY SOON) with all blackberry phones seems to be a bang for no bucks. this is a paste from the site ... the BEST part about it, they HAVE TABS !!!! SWEET!!!!

    Faster, smaller and better

    With about 120 kB, TeaShark packs more features than any of its competitors. But that's not all! TeaShark server has gone through a major upgrade to fix the bugs reported by alpha users. The new beta server is based on WebKit3, the same engine used by Safari 3 in Mac OS 10.5 "Leopard". It's more robust and much faster than it has ever been.


    Tabbed browsing and page thumbnails

    Tabbed browsing is a great way to improve productivity, and it couldn't be easier to use tabs in TeaShark.
    You can enter a url or open a link in another tab. Switching tabs also becomes easy with the page thumbnail support. As the saying goes, "A picture is worth a thousand words", TeaShark pimps out your tabs and browsing history by showing real thumbnails of the pages. Read more...


    Remember your browsing session

    TeaShark saves your browsing history, including tabs, when you exit and restores it automatically when you start up the browser again. It makes multitasking easy for you, when you need to switch between TeaShark and your phone.


    Manage your bookmarks with color tags

    Color tagging is an innovative way to group your bookmarks. In TeaShark, you can assign multiple color tags to a bookmark and share the very same bookmark among several groups. Mission impossible for traditional bookmark folders. Read more...


    Click, search and call

    TeaShark allows you to select text right out of the page and search them with your favorite search engine, saving you tedious and painful typing on mobile. If you see a phone number on the page, you can make a call right from the browser too. All you need to do is just to click and call. Yes, it's that easy! Read more...


    Editing in page and auto-complete

    In TeaShark, you can type text directly into input boxes, without switching to phone's native editor. Should you need to use the native editor to enter special characters, you can just click the input box. Even better, all your input is remembered so that next time, TeaShark automatically fills the box as you type.


    Not just a browser

    TeaShark seamlessly works with native applications in your phone to accomplish tasks beyond its capability. You can click a download link in any page and TeaShark will launch your phone's built in browser to download the file for you. If your phone supports streaming video, you can use TeaShark to point at the video's link and play it in your phone's media player.



    Full Web for your mobile phone

    TeaShark renders web pages the same way as desktop browsers. It's no more mobile web with hardly any content. Your favorite sites are the same on your phone and the desktop.



    Navigate intuitively

    There's an intelligent mouse for easy navigation. The cursor jumps to the next link to click, saving you the trouble. Navigate as fast or slow as you need with page up and down, left and right shortcuts. Jump to content: the display snaps to the text you're reading.



    2-level zoom

    TeaShark has unique 2-level zooming. The first level is for fine scrolling with reading capabilities, while the second is for quick jumping from section to section. You'll never be lost on the page.



    Landscape

    Go sideways for a more natural feel. TeaShark can rotate the page 90 degrees to landscape mode.



    Multiple tabs and history

    Tabs is a must for any browser. TeaShark has it. You can open a link in a tab and access it the same way as you would access your browsing history. You can easily slide back and forth, up and down. TeaShark also remembers your last session and when you start it up again, your browsing and tab history is there as you left it the last time.



    Bookmark management with color tagging

    Color tagging helps you to keep your favorite pages organized. There are 8 pre-defined colors from which you can choose from.



    Enhanced click and search

    With desktop-like text selection and phone number recognition.

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    Seems a lot like Opera Mini, only with tabs and colorful bookmarks. Worth checking out just for the tabs!
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    Sounds nice!

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    Doesn't work on BB's. Tried to download it the other day and our java platform is not compatible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amigotek View Post
    Doesn't work on BB's. Tried to download it the other day and our java platform is not compatible.

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    Yeah It says at the top that is not compatible w BB yet but will be soon.. but sounds like It be really nice to have once it does come out

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    yeah sounds pretty nice cant wait till it becomes compatible with our blackberries.

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    Haha ... I said that it is not compatible with blackberry, but as soon as it does come up, I will forum dis *h#! Lol
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    Worth checking out when it becomes compatible.

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    Too bad it doesn't actually render the pages on the BlackBerry. It does a server-side proxy thing like Opera Mini.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skaii View Post
    Seems a lot like Opera Mini, only with tabs and colorful bookmarks. Worth checking out just for the tabs!
    Hopefully it will be able to use the BlackBerry access point, unlike Opera Mini...

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    Hmmm sounds exciting and promising. Nice find. Thnx 4 posting


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    any idea on when it will be compatible with bb?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pip11 View Post
    any idea on when it will be compatible with bb?
    No idea, but I guess it would be a good idea to e-mail them and let them know that we are anxiously waiting for a BlackBerry version. I think that if enough people send an e-mail they can rush the BlackBerry compatible version out.

    Just an idea. A bad idea from the developer's point of view, but a good idea if we want to be included quick.

    gb

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    i asked around with other blackberry users who have talked to the developers and he told me that the compatible version should be out as soon as next month, but they are not certain ....

    i will start a new thread as soon as i find that it is blackberry compatible

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    I don't think so but.....
    Any news?

    Greetings from Germany
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