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Firefox browser goes mobile on Nokia N900!

February 1, 2010 • Top Stories

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Mozilla’s Firefox for Mobile browser is finally available for download, but for now only to Nokia N900 smartphone users, writes mashable.com.

After extensive testing, Mozila has given the green light to Firefox for Maemo, which works on Maemo OS, Nokia’s N900 operating platform.

The new mobile browser comes equipped with toolbar, weave sync (sync your bookmarks, passwords, tabs, and history between mobile and desktop), tabbed browsing, and location-aware maps.

Also, the highly-popular Firefox Add-Ons like TwitterBar, AdBlock Plus and YouTube Enabler are available on Firefox for Mobile, among other 40 add-ons already developed for the mobile version.

Mozilla is currently investigating the Android platform to expand Firefox for Mobile on other mobile phones, but its availability on BlackBerry or iPhone in the near future is questionable.

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One Response to Firefox browser goes mobile on Nokia N900!

  1. Lenny says:

    Having Firefox on your mobile phone could really be a great fun for everyony using Nokia N900.

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