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- Latest version:
- 2.5 22/02/11
- Last month's downloads:
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|Others:||Java MIDP 2.0|
|Registration:||Free registration: Publisher's website|
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Versions of Bolt
|Bolt 2.5 22/02/11||Free||English||Download|
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- Geolocation support : BOLT 2.5's geolocation feature allows a user with a GPS enabled device to pass latitude and longitude information to location enabled websites through the browser
- Expanded coverage of video sites, Release 2.5 supports playback of videos on Facebook
- Upgrade to Webkit 5 in BOLT's cloud
- Even greater HTML5 support. BOLT continues to lead the way for support of HTML5 standards amongst mobile browsers. BOLT 2.5 supports HTML5 audio and video streaming while providing the highest compliance with HTML 5 standards compared to all other browsers in the space
- Revamped user interface. Get access to BOLT's most frequently used features in lesser clicks with a more streamlined layout, menu structure and help. Widgets are now available through BOLT homepage
- Download Manager has been upgraded to maintain download history even after the exiting the browser and resume last download after browser re-launch
The software should be installed directly onto your mobile phone by following the download link.
The developer does not provide details on compatible handsets. The software should run on Java-enabled phones, although Softonic can not guarantee the compatibility with individual devices
- Customizable favorites page
- Supports FLV Flash video and HTML5
- Install web app widgets
- RSS reader
- Lacks zoom controls
- Doesn't offer full Flash support
"Bolt is no longer working!"
The Bolt Browser was Great, unfortunately they shut down the servers and therefore the browser won't work. Don't bother downloading this!
Couldn't they remove this download link?
- Was a great browser!
- Servers are no longer online! Won't work!
- 22 Jan 2012
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