Apple is Removing Skyfire Web Browser from the App Store

It was just a couple of minutes when we reported about the release of Skyfire web browser for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The app works as a Flash player for iOS devices by converting Flash content into HTML5 and sending to your device to work as HTML5 content.

Unluckily, Apple started to remove the app for some reason we don’t know! as the reports on Twitter form users live in other countries as Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Italy, and Greece can’t get Skyfire web browser for iPhone as it’s been removed. In case Apple remove Skyfire from all countries, it may get on Cydia for the same price or something cheaper. Stay tuned as we’ll cover the news about that one!

UPDATE 1:
According to some Twitter followers, Skyfire is no more available in Australia, Norway, Switzerland, Denmark, Germany, Portuguese, Spain, Norwegian.

UPDATE 2: Skyfire is not available in all countries world wide. Developers of Skyfire web browser explains what happened ‘SOLD OUT’:

Skyfire for iPhone has been received with unbelievable enthusiasm. Despite our best attempts and predictions, the demand far exceeds our initial projections.

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The user experience was performing well for the first few hours, but as the surge continued, the peak load on our servers and bandwidth caused the video experience to degrade.

Thus we are effectively ‘sold out’ and will temporarily not accept new purchases from the App Store. We are working really hard to increase capacity and will be accepting new purchases from the App Store as soon as we can support it.

[Thanks everyone who sent this in]

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