A tester version of Firefox’s internet browser for Android Honeycomb tablets has been released via the ‘nightly’ builds section of the Mozilla website. This means the app is likely to have a few bugs lurking around but is almost good for mass consumption on the Android Market.
The tablet version of Firefox employs both the desktop version’s Awesomebar and tabbed browsing. Tabs have been moved to the left on the tablet version, allowing greater ease of access and a more spacious browsing experience.
With a bigger screen to work on in comparison to Android smartphones, Mozilla has also added buttons to go backwards, forwards and to reload.
Introducing the browser on his blog, Mozilla’s software developer Lucas Rocha commented, “Keep in mind this is very early stage work. There are lots of rough edges and design is continuously evolving.”
To download the Firefox broswer for Android Honeycomb tablets click here.