Photos: A look at the mobile version of Firefox

Photos: A look at the mobile version of Firefox

Summary: ZDNet UK examines Mozilla's Firefox on Nokia's Maemo-equipped N900 handset

TOPICS: Mobility, Apps

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  • As with the desktop Firefox, users can search for new add-ons, such as the popular AdBlock Plus. Another example is TwitterBar, which adds tweeting functionality to the already multi-talented Awesome Bar.

  • The mobile Firefox renders sites well, providing the user with a zoom level that fits the width of the page to the device's screen.

  • Tapping on the screen allows the user to zoom in.

    The mobile version of Firefox does not support multitouch pinch-and-zoom functionality. This could be due to the N900's resistive touchscreen, as multitouch generally requires capacitive screens.

Topics: Mobility, Apps

David Meyer

About David Meyer

David Meyer is a freelance technology journalist. He fell into journalism when he realised his musical career wouldn't pay the bills. David's main focus is on communications, as well as internet technologies, regulation and mobile devices.

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  • Just a quick point, the N900 built-in browser does offer flash (but I normally leave it turned off)
  • Cool, Firefox on a mobile device, better late than never.