Torch Mobile uses the open-source web browser layout engine WebKit to create web applications for mobile phones. It's main product, the Iris Browser is a web browser or mobile phones with a customizable interface and touch-screen control. The browser can be used on many devices and platforms.
On August 24, 2009, Torch Mobile was acquired by RIM.
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