Mozilla's Firefox 4 Graduates to a Full Release for Android
Mozilla today announced that the mobile version of its Firefox 4 browser has graduated from beta status and is available as a full download to any Android device. Mozilla claims that its browser is three times faster than the native Android browser, and it offers a wide range of tools, such as account syncing, tabbed browsing, better access to browsing history, and access to browser add-ons. The application is free to download from the Android Market. It is also available to Nokia's Maemo platform.
Mozilla Releases Firefox to iOS Devices
Mozilla today made its Firefox browser available to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Mozilla released a preview of the browser in New Zealand in September, but is now offering the Safari alternative to everyone.
Mozilla Testing Firefox Browser for iOS
Mozilla has released a public preview of its Firefox browser for iOS, though the preview is limited to New Zealand. Mozilla has long shied away from bringing Firefox to iOS, but given the popularity of iOS devices it reconsidered.
Opera Hopes New Android Browser Will Push Growth
Opera Software today announced a wholly refreshed version of Opera Mini for Android devices. Opera gave the browser a new user interface based on Material Design, which lends the browser a more native look and feel to Android devices.
Google Tweaks Chrome's Offline Browsing Tools
Google today updated Chrome for Android devices and made it simpler to download, find, and read offline content. Users can now long press any link or article suggestion to download the article to a new tab for offline access.
Why no flash??!!
Everything else about this browser is great so far, tab setup is really well done.
How is it better than Dolphin?
I'm asking out of curiosity, not being a troll: Why would I want to use Firefox? What benefit does it offer over something like, say, Dolphin?