Mozilla Releases Final Firefox Build for Maemo 5
Mozilla recently released a fully functional version of its Firefox browser for Nokia's Maemo 5 platform. Firefox has been available to Maemo before in betas, but this is a complete build of the browser. Some of its features include Firefox's Awesome Bar bookmark controller, Weave Sync for syncing your mobile and desktop settings, add-ons for customizing the browser, location-awareness for the most relevant information, and a safe browsing mode to protect user security. Firefox for Maemo supports 30 languages. Users of the N900 will be able to download the software for free from Mozilla.
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Makes sense to make a browser for a Dead End OS