Mozilla Firefox native version hit Android in beta, comes with mouth-watering features
Right now the browsing war is going on between Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera. Mostly people consider Mozilla and Google as the top competitors, and no doubt they are. Recently, Google launched the Google Chrome beta version for their very own Android OS, and now it seems Mozilla Firefox don’t want to stay behind, that’s why they are back with the Firefox 14 Beta version. Mozilla Firefox app is already available in the Android Market, and to compete with Google Chrome, Mozilla brought the new browser which comes with a native user interface that uses Android design elements, and the biggest thing here is the support for Adobe Flash.
The application is right now available at Google Play store for download, it’s already downloaded 500,000+ times and the reviews are good so far. The browser requires Android 2.2 or higher devices. As we already told you, the biggest update is the new UI and Flash support; it’s faster, text zooming is smoother, and it comes with a new API that prevents the screen from sleeping. That’s pretty impressive.
Folks, the application is available for download, so do give it a try. I downloaded it on my phone, and I have to say that it’s pretty impressive, so give it a try and tell us about it in the comment box below.
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