Firefox for Tablets Released in Nightly Build
Since we first heard about it a few weeks back, Mozilla has been working hard to bring the tablet-optimized version of their Firefox mobile browser to Android. Things look to be coming to a head now as word comes in that the browser has entered nightly builds. This means the browser is functional enough to turn it over to the public and allow them to test it with real-world stuff. A word of caution for those expecting a flawless experience – there will be bugs, crashes, or glitches. It’s up to you to tell Mozilla and the team about any problems you run into. What’s more, if you’re a developer looking to help with the cause, you can always reach out and help with code.
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