Much awaited Mobile Version of Firefox is about to launch

CaptureThe most popular browser for all internet needs firefox which accounts for 24.7 per cent of the global browser market – according to Net Applications’ December figures. now what browser do you use for you mobile handset i personally use opera mini and skyfire but the options in firefox makes me a fan of it.so there is good news for firefox lovers that firefox is going to make a debut by launching it on nokia n900.

just reading at telegraph.co.uk i encountered this news that “Jay Sullivan, who is heading up the project – codenamed Fennec – told the BBC that it is currently going through testing and could be released before the end of the year.”

it is the news that it will be able to synchonise with the desktop version of browser it means that if there is any pages opern in your desktop browser will directly be opened in your mobile version of the browser means a total sync between desktop and mobie device.

“At the end of the working day you can walk away from your computer and keep on going on your phone,” Mr Sullivan told the BBC.

“It encrypts all of the information and sends it back through the cloud between your desktop and mobile.”

If all goes to plan, before the end of the year he hopes N900 users will be able to download Firefox in Nokia’s Ovi store.

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the parent company of firefox Mozilla is also working for developing the mobile version which will be compatibel with Google’s Android and Microsoft’s Windows mobile systems.

So lets wait for the mobile version and see how it work as a rival for opera.

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