After a brief stretch in beta followed by some vague teasing, Firefox's native Android app is finally set to hit Google Play. While there are a raft of other bells and whistles -- a new welcome page, curvy Australis tabs, Flash and HTML5 support, for starters -- the company is giving the browser's newfound speed the MVP treatment. That rapidity is as good a place as any to start a quick hands-on, especially since the native browser lag on our older Galaxy S handset often makes us want to hurl it through a pane of glass.
Firefox 4 Beta 2 was just released, and you can grab it from the Beta page. Every tab now has a "Make into App Tab" command in the context menu, which shrinks the tab down to just the favicon and puts it on the leftmost position (si... Read Post
Mozilla was late to the mobile revolution and is still playing catch-up with Firefox for mobile. It's starting to look as if Firefox for Android is slowly becoming a competitive player on Google's platform, though. Today, Mozilla is... Read Post