BOLT Mobile Browser Now Supports HTML5 Audio And Video Streaming

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BOLT Mobile Browser Now Supports HTML5 Audio And Video StreamingBitstream Inc creators of the award winning BOLT mobile browser, today announced the release of BOLT 2.3.

BOLT 2.3 now supports host of new features to transform mobile phones of all types into powerful Internet devices.

The latest version comes with HTML5 audio streaming to complement the HTML5 video streaming added in BOLT 2.1 and also includes enhanced inline text editing, cloud-based backup of customer’s favorites and the addition of Ustream.tv to the long international list of popular Flash video sites supported by BOLT.

List of New features :-
* Best Streaming Media Support – BOLT 2.3 now supports HTML5 streaming video and audio. BOLT offers the broadest support for streaming video in a mobile browser, with support for the most popular Flash based video sites and all HTML5 video sites.

* New Advanced Desktop Features – Along with the ability to perfectly render Web pages as they were meant to be seen from a PC, BOLT also offers tabbed browsing, password manager, advanced downloading and uploading capabilities and now advanced inline text entry and editing allowing people to enter and edit text directly in Web page forms without opening up a separate text editing window.

* Backed up in the Cloud – BOLT 2.3’s new favorites backup feature stores a user’s bookmarks on BOLT’s servers, allowing them to be restored if a user ever needs to change phones for any reason.

* New Mobile Widgets – BOLT widgets let people using any mobile phone take part in the mobile apps revolution. Bolt 2.3’s widget gallery features weather, Wikipedia, and dictionary widgets, along with an improved Twitter widget and a brand new Facebook widget.

For a full list of features and free end user download of BOLT 2.3 visit www.boltbrowser.com

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