Firefox Mobile 4 for Android and Maemo is now finally in the release candidate stage, which means the final version is just around the corner and will be available for download, real soon!
This release candidate version is released after 5 beta releases. Firefox Mobile 4 certainly shows many improvements over the previous versions, but is still not the best at the moment.
Firefox 4 for Android and Maemo just got an update and a new beta version is now available for download.
The mobile web browser is now much more stable and there has been huge improvements in the overall performance of the app.
Download Firefox 4 Beta for Android and Maemo now by pointing your mobile browser to www.mozilla.com/m/beta. It’s free! The Mozilla Blog just announced the availability of the first beta release of Firefox 4 Mobile for Android and Maemo platforms.
Firefox 4 for mobile is built on the same technology as the Firefox 4 for desktop and has been optimized for a mobile-browsing experience. It features some of our favourite desktop Firefox 4 features in the mobile app i.e. Firefox Sync, Add-ons and the Awesome Bar.
Firefox 4 Beta for Android was just released and announced by the Firefox team! The beta 1 of Firefox for Android is now available for download from the website.
It is built on the same technology as the Firefox 4 for desktop and has been optimized for a mobile-browsing experience.
Skyfire 2.0 for Android was launched yesterday. It is the first public beta after the limited private beta version for early testers.
The browser is very stable, faster than Fennec for Android and yes, it could play Flash videos (YouTube only so far) too that we all have been waiting for! Other Flash elements don’t work though, but let’s say, it’s just the beginning!
Skyfire 2.0 for Android phones is now available in the Android Market for public download! Skyfire 1.0 for Android remained in beta for testing purposes and is now finally available as Skyfire 2.0.
Mozilla just came out with the first pre-alpha release of Fennec for Android yesterday, and as Skyfire didn’t wanted to stay behind, they are in with the launch of their browser for Android – that also supports FLASH videos!
Fennec for Android pre-alpha has just been released today for public to try out and give feedback. Developers want the browser to be developed according to the end user’s needs and requirements.
Since it’s a 10.2MB installation and requires atleast an Android 2.0 device with OpenGL support, I tried it on my Nexus One. The browser is pretty slow at the moment, but like the developer said, “it’s even more of a pre-nightly build (even earlier than pre-alpha)”. It’s usable though.
Fennec for Android, Firefox Mobile, ‘super’ pre-alpha version is now available for download! Yes, it is still in its very early stages, but atleast it could open websites ;)
It has been a long time since Firefox has been talking about Fennec for Android and promised with an alpha release soon. They kept their promise, and the first alpha release is out for public download.
Opera Mini for iPhone has finally been approved by Apple and is now available for download in the App Store. First Opera Mini for Android, and now finally the iPhone!
Opera has gone a great deal to get Opera Mini approved for the iPhone and iPod Touch users. It was submitted to Apple back in March, but none of us had expected Apple to approve it.