Firefox for Android now optimised for tablets
Well now, if you happen to own an Android slate and use Firefox for your mobile browsing experience, you just might like to know that Mozilla has now optimised Firefox for Android tablets and delivers a ‘completely redesigned experience,’ and we have a little Firefox for tablets promo video for your viewing consideration below.
According to the Mozilla Blog, new tools in Firefox enables developers to create interactive mobile web experiences, whilst leveraging large tablet screen sizes and optimises popular tablet features. The display integrates Firefox Sync enabling the user to easily access saved passwords, bookmarks, open tabs, access browsing history and all across desktop and mobile devices.
Firefox will optimise the users web experience in both portrait and wide screen orientation, with tabs listed in the top left menu when in portrait mode that can be easily hidden if not required.
There is now a new Action Bar next to the ‘Awesome Bar’ that enables the user to access Firefox preferences, downloads, add-ons and such, along with delivering the back, forward and bookmark buttons.
Anyway, the guy in the video footage explains all you need to know about Firefox for Android tablets, so I’ll leave it right there and let you head on down to mash that play button and check out the footage.
If you are a fan of Firefox for Android and would like to use the new optimised for tablets Firefox you can of course download the mobile web browser by hitting up the Android Market…enjoy.
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