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Firefox is now available for Android

It took Mozilla a while to release their browser on the Android platform but it’s finally here. You can now download Firefox for Android on the Google Play Store today.

Firefox on Android brings with it native Flash support, localization support, new UI and start page, and a minimum requirement of Android 2.2 Froyo.

FF on Android looks cool, clean and noticeable fast. I also liked the implementation of multiple tabs.

To download, just search for “firefox” on Google Play.

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9 Responses

  1. dyonisii says:

    available for note but not for gt 7.7. would be nice if to try on p6800 though.

  2. mrt says:

    Is this the non-beta release? I had firefox on my android device for quite some time now, v10.0.5, what version is this that’s now available in Google Play?

  3. azeroth says:

    sir ams maganda ba to sa dolphin?

  4. Pier says:

    For those who wanted to have the font size aligned to what is the original intent on the desktop website, set the font size to Tiny on the settings.

  5. Ligrev says:

    Now the question is…

    Chrome Beta vs. Firefox. =)

  6. Enya says:

    the stock ICS browser on my Note still loads the fastest. however, i’m a fan of Opera’s text reflow on pinch zoom. i tried firefox last night but tipidcp looked unreadably unpleasant.

  7. benchmark says:

    right now i am trying it now. (using it now while posting this comment) i hope it is much more stable unlike the previous version…will see in a few days of using it.

  8. watrboy says:

    not available in galaxy tab 7.0 plus

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