Firefox wants their own web browser on the App Store following Opera’s recent (approved) success: Opera Mini.
The Mozilla App, dubbed “Firefox Home”, is set to be a weird, almost incomplete browser that is meant to sync your tabs, bookmarks, and history between your iDevice and your computer. It is expected to browse the rest of the web however. It has yet to be approved as of writing. VIDEO after the break:
Mozilla has released their long awaited update to their popular and free web browser with Firefox 3.5
“Originally envisioned as a quick follow-up to 2008’s release of Firefox 3.0, Mozilla ended up packing in quite a few extra features into its flagship browser and spent months making sure that Firefox 3.5 was the fastest, most powerful Firefox yet.
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Although Firefox 3.5 is yet to be released, Mozilla has already started planning the next version, which has tentatively been designated 3.6, with the codename Namoroka. Firefox 3.6 is loosely scheduled for release in 2010. This new version mainly features on security, customization, and they are also trying to make the browser lightweight in a competitive market full of “lightweight” browsers. (What’s happening to desktop applications?)You can see the full roadmap here.