Firefox 4 Beta Lands on Android

Mozilla’s popular web client Firefox has come to Android in beta form.  Formerly known as Fennec, the browser has been through a ton of updates and fixes over the last few weeks.  If you’re looking to replace the stock internet app on your Android phone, you might enjoy Firefox 4 Beta .  Details include a seamless browsing experience between desktop and mobile with history, bookmarks, and passwords, sync.  Other features such as the Awesome Screen and Layers help make surfing the world wide interwebnets fun and hassle free.  Download Firefox 4 Beta today and be sure to let Mozilla know what you think!

Be sure to  head to Mozilla’s blog to read the full details.

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3 Comments

  1. android10
    October 08, 07:39 Reply

    It’s too beta…It froze my n1…but in conclusion, as a firefox lover, think that in the future firefox will be the best browser for our android…

    Did you try it?…What do you think guys?

  2. Ellie Moore
    October 08, 15:35 Reply

    Prefer the Opera browser to this one, no flash support. however it is fast so that’s a good point.

  3. JaylanPHNX
    October 08, 22:02 Reply

    Didn’t work on my phone at all. And how big was it?! Keep working, guys. I’m looking forward to the final build.

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