A Desktop-style Internet Experience
BOLT has been optimized to bring a truly desktop-like Internet experience to your mobile phone.
BOLT is the only J2ME browser that supports streaming video from top video-sharing sites such as YouTube, MySpace and Google.
BOLT’s tabbed browsing feature allows users to keep multiple sites open simultaneously while fluidly switching between them.
- Direct Facebook and Twitter Integration
BOLT enables posting directly to Facebook or Twitter during a
browsing session without navigating away from the currently-opened page
or launching an application.
BOLT’s widget platform offers users a faster, streamlined way to
view, update and interact with popular websites and online tools and to
discover new services.
BOLT provides the most accurate page rendering of any J2ME
browser – in fact, BOLT scores a perfect 100% on the Acid3 web standards
test. Additionally, BOLT offers the most faithful support of complex
web applications (e.g., Facebook games, forms, online banking, etc.).
BOLT also features a Bitstream mobile font set that has been optimized
to display crisp text on small screens.
Copy and Paste text from Web pages into forms or Webmail.
- AutoComplete Support for URL Entry
BOLT’s SmartBar auto-completes URL entries using information from previous browsing sessions (history) and saved favorites.
BOLT displays a pop-up indicator in the Title bar if
the browser detects a pop-up window. Users can choose to open or close
the pop-up window with one click.
BOLT enables dialing phone numbers displayed on web pages directly from the browser, via a single click.
- Upload and Download Content from the BOLT Browser
BOLT seamlessly enables users to download web content
directly to their device’s OS, or to upload photos or videos directly
from BOLT to media-sharing sites.
BOLT enables saving web pages or images directly from the browser to a device’s local memory.
BOLT securely stores passwords, making logging into password-protected sites a snap.
BOLT offers three image quality modes and significantly reduces data transfer sizes in low image quality mode.
“Feeds” is one of the main tabs in the BOLT homepage.
As users surf the web, BOLT automatically looks for the feeds on each
site they visit. If feeds are available, a feeds icon is shown in the
Title bar, enabling users to subscribe via a single click. BOLT
supports XML web feeds in RSS, ATOM and RDF format.