Microsoft Live Labs just announced that their new mobile browser was now available as a beta version. The browser is called Deepfish (the blue fish is really cool!), and is basically capable of displaying any desktop website.

“The Deepfish Technology Preview enhances existing mobile browsing technologies by displaying content in a view that is closer to the desktop experience. Our zoom-able interface and cue map allow you to quickly access the information you care about over the web without ever losing track of where you are. ”

The browser allows you to zoom in and out, which seems like a pretty nice feature. I’ve seen that kind of feature on a Nokia e50 as well.

I’ve tried to download it but I guess they already ran out of invites…

Via Opera Watch and Cre8asiteforums.

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