It seems that Apple has allowed a fresh crop of web browsers to make their way onto the iTunes store.
Granted, none of them are really "new" browsers in the sense of their essential components- everything we've found thus far is based on Safari. However, they do offer some cool new features.
Some offer a 'stripped down' view that eschews the toolbar and gives a better view of the page, while others load new pages when you shake the handset, and still others offer a sort of tabbed browsing functionality.
Still waiting for the really cool stuff (like Flash compatibility,) but it's always nice to see a new class of apps show up for the iPhone.
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