Mozilla Plans to Develop Mobile Browser
Oct 10, 2007, 8:34 AM by (staff)
Mozilla's Mike Schroepfer recently stated that Mozilla plans to enter the mobile space with a mobile version of its Firefox browser. He noted that Mozilla had delayed its decision to enter the mobile market until handset specs included more than 64 MB of RAM and faster processors. Mobile Firefox will be able to run Firefox extensions on mobile devices, allow others to build applications via XUL, and provide a more desktop-like browsing experience with better access to bookmarks and browsing history. Mozilla has brought on new developers to head its mobile efforts and plans to ship mobile Firefox some time in 2008.
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I use it sometimes and I like it a lot. Although one bug is that on some websites, you can't enter text into some fields (exampe: the "Message" field in Phone Scoop).
Maybe this is a WAP browser, or... what?