Windows Mobile devices typically get pre-loaded with Pocket Internet Explorer, but there are no shortage of complaints about this particular web browser. If you happen to own a WM device and are jealous of the finger-flicking web surfing experience on the iPhone, you might want to check out Touch Browser 1.0.
Developed by Makayama, Touch Browser 1.0 is a web browser designed for Windows Mobile devices which allows you to use your fingers and scroll through the web pages with a flicking motion, just like the iPhone. This is vast improvement over the tiny stylus-optimized scrollbars found in Pocket IE.
Naturally, there is no multi-touch support, so you won’t be able to do the two-finger zooming thing, but being able to move pages around with your finger is certainly handy. You can also access bookmarks by simply holding your finger over the page.