We're pleased to announce the immediate availability of MobiOne M5, a free tool for mobile Web and hybrid application development.

Did you know that MobiOne is built using the latest Chromium Browser, the same browser that Google uses for its desktop Chrome browser? In the words of the folks over at The Chromium Project, "Chromium is an open-source browser project that aims to build a safer, faster, and more stable way for all users to experience the web." That's why we at Genuitec picked this technology for our next awesome offering to the developer community.

Chromium

Did you also know that advancements in this browser technology allow for tasks such as streaming and downloading music, streaming video, sending email, making phone calls, processing transactions, and more. The sky's the limit as the browser has become possibly the best app on smartphones.

Check out MobiOne today, while it's free, and let us know what you think. You can leave comments here or on the support forums for MobiOne.

Cheers!

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Posted on Nov 24th 2009