Tuesday, March 29, 2011
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Mozilla's Firefox 4, the latest release of one of the Web's most popular browsers, is now available as an Android app.
The Firefox 4 app hit Google's Android Market on Tuesday and includes a few features designed to connect desktop or laptop browsing to smartphones and tablets.
In typical Firefox fashion, Mozilla has added plug-in "personas" that allow users to change the colors and even add images to the toolbars in the browser.
Firefox 4 for Android (versions 2.0 and newer) also features an "Awesome Screen" that enables one-tap access to bookmarks, history and a user-curated list of search engines.
Twitter integration, tabbed browsing, search for text on a Web page and saving images from websites to a PDF format are other included features.
And Firefox 4 for Android is also available in more than 10 languages as of launch day.
Mozilla, being the open-source and nonprofit community of programmers both paid and volunteer that it is, also released a Firefox app for Maemo on Tuesday. Maemo is a Linux-based open-source operating system for Nokia devices.
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