Thursday, 22 December 2011

Firefox 9 now available on Android Tablets

As the title says the newest addition of the Firefox browser is now available for you to download from the android market. the video below gives a quick look at the brand new browser.


14 comments:

Billy said...

the desktop syncing thing is a great idea.

Nathan said...

Its funny because the default honeycomb browser can do all of these things such as sharing bookmarks through all of your connected Google accounted devices, it also carries any searches carried out if you are signed in to Google on your desktop browser or phone perhaps android and googlearent as useless as Microsoft and apple think..

Anonymous said...

As companies go Google are quite useless. Sorry to but in. You can do all that shit on iCloud.

Nathan said...

its like the chicken and egg im afraid google come first and is completely availible across and os or device INCLUDING Ios unlike ICloud which is also far imperior compared with only 5 Gb for all services compared to a split amount hroughout all google services including, 7GB for Gmail, 1GB for Picasa Picture sharing and hosting + a furthur 1Gb for Google Doc's which means upto 9gb for free against 5Gb for free, and as far as extra's pricing goes goodle once again triumphs, $20 a year will give you a whole 80gb from google while apple only give a pathetic 15Gb which once again you cant use on whatever device you want, still feeling like Butting in ?

George said...

Yes I will keep butting in until you get something right. You run a tech site and you have no clue. You can get 55GB.

Ps. I thought I would put my name in.

George said...

you might want to work on your spelling also.

Ben said...

well George welcome! we hope you are having some fun, have a great Christmas.

George said...

Thankyou Ben and you.

Nathan said...

You get 5gb for free George

George said...

It's like talking to a retard (no offence) I said: "you CAN get 55GB" not for free you CAN get that much.

Nathan said...

Yeh but I dont see how that applies to my original comment then retard (no offence)

George said...

Because you said they only give 15GB when they actually give you 55.

Ben said...

I see what you mean. Yes you can oly get 5GB, but thats per devices so if you have a mac, iPod, iPad, iPhone then that would be 20GB free. You can also buy 50GB extra if you wanted. Hopefully that settles things.

Nathan said...

Yeh so that's for anything with an apple logo on it but that still technically isn't as much because I mean with one device and a partner so a computer and phone for example but the difference is that I can use Google services on anything while to use I loud you, must have an I something

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