Its raining good news for Android FireFox fans — the latest version, Firefox 7, is now officially out of the beta stage and has hit the android market.
Although Firefox isn’t a household name yet on android scene, it does offers some features which will make your time with it very well worth. And trying isn’t a costly exercise too, sinc eit’s available for Free.
Here are a few reasons to try FireFox 7:
- Two-way sync of boomarks, URLs, tabs, form data, and passwords between Firefox on your phone and that on computer
- Convenient interface for switching between tabs while browsing, and you can open a hell load of tabs
- Add-ons to customize the UI and behavior
- Improved copy and paste: Copy any site content and paste to other applications, SMS, or text fields
- Built-in language detection on first run
- WebSockets API: Powerful tool for Web developers to build responsive Web apps and sites