Remember NetFront? Made by Access, they were the original must-have browser on Windows Mobile, going back years ago when Mobile Internet Explorer was even worse (and called PIE). (See the v3.5 review as a refresher).
While Opera Mobile and Skyfire have mainly taken the lead, it seems Access is making an attempt to woo us back, releasing NetFront 4.0 "Concept Version". We imagine the concept part makes this a beta, so not everything will be peachy.
Our initial opinion of 4.0? Meh.
Read their full press release and info here. Go through the download process here.
And look for a full review from George, coming up next week. In the meantime, why not comment on your experience with 4.0?
If you're hip and cool, you'll use your MS Tag app to just download directly to your phone, see below.
[thanks John Kreuzer!]
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