Posts tagged Firefox for Mobile
Mozilla team disappointed one and all by not rolling out the promised Beta version of Firefox 1.1 for Maemo on 9th April. Here is something to cheer you up – Firefox Mobile 1.1 for N900 will be bringing a new and useful feature which will be called the Site Menu.
Attention Nokia N900 owners, the time to update Firefox Mobile for Maemo is getting near. If everything goes according to the plan, 9th April is the date on which Beta v1.1 of Firefox Mobile will be rolled out for Maemo powered phones. Mark Finkle’s Weblog has shared screenshots of the upcoming Fennec 1.1 for Maemo.
Want to know the official status of the Firefox Mobile for Android project? Well you have landed at the right place. Firefox developer Vladimir Vukićević has shared the inside scoop on where the mobile browser stands. Details aside, the Fennec for Android is progressing smoothly and is getting closer to the point where nightly builds will be made available. A video has been shared as well which shows the latest build of Firefox Mobile running on Nexus One.
Guess who has decided to show on the Android phone to act as your browsing companion. Yup, you have guessed it, its none other than the much talked about Fennec for Android aka Firefox Mobile for Android. Hold your horses, it is not the official release, it is once again another piece of magnificence from the Android forum folks. MartinSchirr of Android Forums is your guy. Video has been provided as well which you can see after the jump.
Want to get the latest update regarding the Android flavor of Firefox for Mobile? Well you got it – the Firefox team has started testing the Fennec UI on the Firefox Mobile for Android. This is really huge as it means that the things are on the right track and the browser will be released on schedule.
A few days back, we informed you about the possibility of Firefox Mobile for Android arriving pretty soon. More development has taken place for the mobile version of Firefox for the Android platform. From what I gather, the Firefox Mobile isn’t ready for prime time. Infact developer Vladimir Vukićević discloses that the pre-alpha version is still a ways to go. But the good news here is that the progress is being made in the right direction.a
Not so long ago, Mozilla unleashed the final version of Firefox Mobile for Nokia N900. As I mentioned in that post, Firefox wasn’t going to stop just yet and that’s precisely what has happened. They recently released the Weave 1.0 add-on for Firefox Mobile. Why is this important you ask? This add-on makes it possible for you to synchronize your desktop and mobile browser data meaning you get to see and access the pages which you were visiting on your PC right on your mobile. The synchronized data of course includes visited web pages commonly known as history, open tabs and much more.
Yesterday, we informed you about the release of Firefox for Mobile for Nokia N900. While we shared with you the impressive list of features that it brought, one thing I personally found missing was a video demonstration of Firefox Mobile in action. So here is a video that shows the mobile browser running on N900. From what I gather the browser runs smoothly much to the delight of users of Nokia’s Internet Tablet. See the video after the jump.
Attention Firefox fans and Nokia N900 owners, Mozilla has released the mobile version of Firefox for your powerful Internet Tablet from your favorite mobile maker Nokia. The good thing here as I mentioned previously is that, you will essentially be getting the familiar features of desktop version on your mobile. This means you can start browsing straight away without having to familiarize yourself with the mobile browser aka Firefox for Mobile. More features discussed after the jump.
Mozilla has released the first release candidate of Firefox for Maemo aka Firefox Mobile. This release was expected before christmas but that did not happen did it. Nokia N900 and N810 are supported devices. If you’ve been running the beta, they say RC1 is more polished and that text rendering has improved.