Mozilla Firefox the quintessential browser choice for a large number of people has been noticeably absent on the mobile platform. This is changing with the advent of Firebox for Honeycomb!
Right now there are nightly builds for the developers to get their hands on, which comprises of all the work done during the day! Users can download and test it on tablets and Mozilla is reaching out to customers to give it a try. “It has now reached a functional state that is good enough for getting some early feedback,” said developer Lucas Rocha on a blog post today. “Keep in mind that this is very early stage work. There are lots of rough edges and design is continuously evolving.”
Although the browser won’t be live for another month it is good that it is starting to get developed for mobile platforms. This is now a priority within the company to offer more tablet friendly variants of its internet browsing engine. Most internet browsers come pre-installed on many devices with Safari, Opera Mini, and Android in the lead.
You can download it if you feel like testing it out or if you are a coder looking for a side project. Check it out on the Mozilla Wiki.
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