As a mini Mozilla, Minimo enters the fray of mobile browsers, filling the Firefox-shaped hole made sharper by the presence of cell-phone-size competitors vying for mobile browsing authority--Pocket IE, Opera Mini, and Yahoo Go. We found that on our PDA, Minimo is a strong candidate with decent browsing speeds, a modest but useful palette of preferences, and a slight twist on the tabbed browsing interface. For one, the browsing toolbar resides on the bottom of the screen and includes mobile-specific buttons for showing and hiding the address bar, increasing text size, and panning around the screen. Instead of navigating away from the home page--a portal with Google search and links to popular pages optimized for mobile viewing--Minimo anchors it as the first tab by default.
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This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
Minimo helps me to cut my budget in using internet connection, faster than Internet Explorer. It works look like desktop mozilla. I can open my yahoo mail, download the very useful software from the web browser very fast surely. But I don't know resume available or not during download interrupted.
Tabbed browsing is the only advantage over default IE browser.
The EXE install does not work. It installs but will not run. I downloaded the .CAB version from mozzila.org and installed it to make it run. Slow to start and open pages. CSS sites are worse than IE. Definitely needs improvement.