Fennec, the mobile version of Firefox, should be with us in a few days.
The BBC reports:
The first mobile phone version of the popular web browser Firefox is “days away” from launch, the head of the project has told the BBC.
The browser, codenamed Fennec, will initially be available for Nokia’s N900 phone, followed by other handsets.
It will later be available for Windows Mobile and Android, however it will be some time before we see it on the iPhone (if at all).
One thing which makes it interesting
The open-source browser will be able to synchronise with the desktop version.
This means you can move from mobile to desktop and back without having to worry about where you were.
As I don’t have the Nokia N900 it will be some time before I get to have a proper look.
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Weird it’s nokia first, I wonder if it will have the same java + css issues as the other mobile browsers and if it will work on primarypad, prolly not!