Firefox for Android gets 'speedy and powerful' update for tablets
0. phoneArena posted on 28 Aug 2012, 16:07
Matching the recent update for Android hones, Firefox for Android has been updated to bring the same 'speedy and powerful' functionality for those using slates powered by Google's open source OS; one of the new features is the ability to view the desktop version of a site...
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1. Hunt3rj2 posted on 28 Aug 2012, 16:19 0 0
Firefox is seriously fast.
On my Desire HD the current Firefox Beta is something like a second or two faster than Webkit based browsers like Dolphin and the stock Android browser in Sunspider.
2. Bluesky02 posted on 28 Aug 2012, 16:28 0 0
I hope the Android Firefox doesn't suffer same fate as the PC Counterpart with speedy upgrades and way too many bugs. So far i'm impressed to see that the firefox team did a good job with the Android version.
3. robocopvn posted on 28 Aug 2012, 20:06 0 0
Amazing , it's much much better than the last time I used it 3 months ago. It's really speedy and powerful.
You guys must try 3 finger-swipe adds-on: it works really well, although when you swipe it also roll you website but it's just the minor issue.
From now on, I use firefox and wait for the next update of Chrome
4. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 28 Aug 2012, 20:36 0 0
i love firefox on PC!! chrome just give f**king lag all the time always crash, freeze, etc... internet explorer sucks..
5. Bluesky02 posted on 29 Aug 2012, 03:20 0 0
I use Chromium on Ubuntu Linux, I haven't encountered any lags yet as much as I do on firefox
8. pikapowerize (banned) posted on 29 Aug 2012, 19:13 0 0
nah... im on a windows 7 proffesioinal... firefox really is a good browser..been using it for years...but im curious about chrome, so i installed it..but gonna uninstall it for giving me a head ache... i like to have 2-3 browser in my computer!
6. Aeires (unregistered) posted on 29 Aug 2012, 05:53 0 0
Thanks for the tip, I've been trying it out and really like what they've done.
7. ivanko34 posted on 29 Aug 2012, 06:47 0 0
it uses the elastic bounce that is patented by crΔpple
firefox is going to be sued by rotten apple