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BROWSING: Mozilla releases Firefox 4 Release Candidate for Android
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 23.03.11 - 18:16:59 CET under 04 - Android News - Viewed 9725x
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Yesterday, Mozilla has released its Firefox 4 Release Candidate for Android which is now available in more than 10 languages. This release offers faster scrolling, better responsiveness with Firefox Sync and improves the overall user experience of Firefox. Firefox 4 for Android brings the performance and customization of Firefox to mobile devices with features like Firefox Sync, Awesome Screen, tabbed browsing and Firefox Add-ons, to create a personalized and effortless mobile browsing experience. Also, Mozilla worked closely with Firefox Add-ons developers to ensure their add-ons are ready for users to customize the features, look and functionality of Firefox 4.

The 15 MB requires Android 2.0 or higher and is now available free of charge from Google's Android Market. However, according to Mozilla, neither the Motorola Droid nor the Motorola Milestone are currently supported.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Taronba on 23.03.11 - 22:09:53

Aw man!! Where's the multi-touch capabilities with this version of Firefox  on the Evo-4G? It is a pain for people with sight limitations! Dolphin makes the fonts re-size when you re-orient the phone, kinda painful but it works. Firefox for Android? One would expect multi-touch inputs or something other than a  PDF view. I immediately removed that garbage off of my phone, it sucks!

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