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Firefox Mobile for Android coming late 2010

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by JhankG, Feb 17, 2010.

  1. JhankG
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    I'll believe that when I see it. I never seen a full browser take this long why is this taking so long?
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    Interesting, thanks for posting.

    Anyone else scratching their head over the decision to name the Intel/Nokia OS Meego?

    Toddler OS?
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    It's already out for Maemo.. they just started focusing more on android recently (January)

    if you download the desktop version of fennec (there is one, it acts just like it would on your phone), it's really cool. I forgot where I found it, I googled fennec beta or something.
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    oh, and this

    "The development of the Android version poses a bit of a challenge as Firefox Mobile is based upon C and C++, while Android is Java-based and the Native Development kit which is necessary to bring Firefox Mobile to Android was only released last October."
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    Dang it's a long wait but should be well worth it when it surfaces.
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    Still shouldn't take that long.
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