Anygraaf Doris Browser

Surfing the Net, with one hand free!

Anygraaf Oy, a Finland-based software firm, is now shipping a Web browser application for Symbian Series 60 devices (tested with Nokia 3600/3620/3650/3660/7650/n-gage and Siemens SX1). Doris Browser is a mini-Web browser written from the ground up for Symbian OS, allowing the user to access most Internet Web pages. View the pages, use the search engines, read the electronic papers.

Doris Web Browser allows you to view most Internet Web pages, but there are some limitations posed by the memory space and the display size of the phone. The Web pages designed with mobile phones and PDA devices work the best, but so do a great deal of other pages.

Features of Doris Browser include:

  • HTML interpreter, displaying pictures (JPEG, GIF, PNG and BMP), forms, server-side and client-side image maps
  • Cookies (removed when the application is closed)
  • SSL support (secure web sites)
  • Easy and intuitive one-handed navigation
  • A dynamic, 500 kB cache to speed up browsing and reduce network the amount of network traffic
  • The back button remembers 30 last visited pages
  • Up to 1000 bookmarks (a maximum of 5 in evaluation version)
  • English and Finnish versions. The installation file contains both versions
  • Small in size!

For more info click HERE

Source:anygraaf.fi

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