Mozilla just announced that they will be portending their popular browser to Android devices. Firefox goes mobile and users are just teeming with anticipation over the mobile browser.
The new mobile browser, name Firefox OS 2.5 will be available for downloading of Mozilla’s official website. Although the application is still in beta testing, sources from outside the company said that the application is simply amazing.
In order to get your hands on a copy of the new browser for mobile device, first you have to take a trip to Mozilla’s official website. Unfortunately, the application is not available for download in the Google Play. It still need some finishing in order to be deemed a true mobile application.
Second step in acquiring you copy of Firefox OS 2.5 is to download the apk file from Mozilla’s website. If you don’t know what an apk is or how to download one, just google search it on the web. After the download is finished, all you have to do is transfer the file to any Android compatible mobile device and fire up the application. Your mobile device should do the rest.
A word of caution from the developers themselves: be sure to download the application only from Mozilla’s authorized website. That way, you will ensure that the product you are downloading in genuine and that you’ll not infect your device with any malware code.
Firefox goes mobile, launching a new trend in sleek, fast, light and safe mobile browsers. Basically, even though the Developer Preview is still weeks away from being completed, the browser has virtually every function as the desktop version. The developers even included in their product classic features like the do not track or the private browsing window.
As stated, the developers plans to attract their future users not by the price of their product, but by the variety of services the application has to offer.
We all have grown accustomed to how Firefox managed the concept of web surfing. Even the desktop interface is sure to amaze the common user by its outstanding features: its performances are great and you don’t require an Alienware in order to run it. And with the add-ons library built into it, every internet aficionado is sure to enjoy the product.
According to some statistics posted on the internet, it seems that Firefox is the true king of internet browsing. We eagerly await to see how the mobile application will fare in comparison to its desktop sibling.