03-24-2004, 10:56 AM #1
ThunderHawk Smart Phone Edition Coming Next Month
Bitstream Inc. is going to release ThunderHawk Smart Phone Edition to consumers in April.
Read more at http://www.brighthand.com/article/Th...ite=SmartPhone
03-24-2004, 11:30 AM #2
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Frankly, the Thunderhawk is a useless application for the Smartphone.
Has anyone here actually downloaded and tried the beta?
It's utterly impractical.
The application takes up more screen space in it's "overview" display mode. In this setting, one can't discern *any* of the web page's content elements, so it's entirely irrelevant for page navigation.
The "magnification" feature for a link click is mute when such a display mode is the default environemnt for web browsing using mobile IE ( or any other mobile web browser) in the first place.
I can't understand how they even deem this to be marketable.
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