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Mozilla developing ‘Junior’ browser for the iPad, prototype features full-screen browsing

Calling Safari for iPad “a miserable experience,” Mozilla’s Alex Limi showed off a prototype of a new browser for the iPad called Junior in a recent presentation. Junior takes a different approach from traditional browsers, ridding of an address and search bar on the main screen, and going with a full-screen experience instead. Don’t worry though, [...]
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