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WebViewer: Java based browser for Symbian Sony Ericsson P800 and Nokia Series 60
Posted on 9-May-2003 02:00 | Filed under: Software


WebViewer: Java based browser for Symbian Sony Ericsson P800 and Nokia Series 60
Are you using a Nokia mobile Series 60 or Sony Ericsson P800 and looking for a web browser? Reqwireles' WebViewer is an HTML Web browser capable of handling real web pages through support for HTML, graphics, cookies and more.


Features:

  • browsing of HTML content
  • graphics, including GIF, JPEG, PNG, TIFF and BMP formats
  • bookmarks
  • history
  • configurable cache
  • cookies
  • forms
  • basic authentication
  • HTTP, mailto, FTP, and gopher URLs
  • incremental rendering
  • viewing of Microsoft Word, ZIP and PDF documents
  • viewing of images at their full size or scaled to fit the device's screen width
  • easy to navigate with no horizontal scrolling required









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