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Firefox 9 for Android tablets is ready for download

I've been a Firefox fan from the moment I start playing with it. No other browser came close to the flexibility of Mozilla's own app, but things have changed down the road and now Firefox is number 2, after the blazing fast (and simple) Chrome browser. Personally I see Chrome following the path of Firefox, with the latest versions being slower than before (especially when browsing Google's own service), crashing more often (yeah, I know, only a tab crashes, not the entire app, but it's still ...

First Firefox for Honeycomb tablets nightly build is here

It took Mozilla two weeks to get from the official Firefox for Honeycomb tablets announcement to the first nightly build, but it's here and you can download and install it on your Android tablet. As people report already, the Firefox mobile for smartphone functionality is offered also on the tablet version, but the main change is in the interface layout, with a much cleaner, minimalistic look and a few distinctive elements from what you've seen already on mobile browsers. The most importa...

Mozilla teases Firefox for Android Honeycomb tablets

Firefox is one of my favourite browsers, even if I find myself using Chrome more and more lately, but Mozilla is not sitting still waiting for their last days to come, so they're expanding on mobile platforms pretty fast. The latest announcement targets Firefox for Android Honeycomb tablets, an unexpected version that's in pretty advanced development stage if we look at the screenshots released by Mozilla. So let's take a quick look at what Firefox for Android tablets brings to the table comp...

Firefox 4 Mobile for Android: a worthy mobile browser

Firefox is undoubtedly one of the most popular web browsers at this time and Mozilla is working hard on porting its product on multiple platforms. The latest platform tackled by Mozilla is Android, with the recently released Firefox 4 Mobile. Even if it's not optimized for Honeycomb it's reported to run just fine on the latest tablets providing nice new functionality that's impossible to find on the default Webkit based Android browser. I've managed to install the latest version (the download is...