Want to help Mozilla perfect the Firefox for Android browser? Right now, you can do your part by downloading the pre-Alpha version of the browser and adding the nightly builds. Check out this link
at Mozilla Wiki which gives an in-depth look at where the browser now stands. For example, while it will be available when finished, there currently is no multitouch zooming of pages. Flash and other plug-ins are not yet supported and the YouTube plug-in also will not yet work because it needs Flash (Catch-22 anyone?). The browser currently runs on the slow side and start-up can be long on some phones. And on devices with 256MB or less of memory (like the Motorola DROID), other programs may stop running because of the massive amount of memory Firefox pulls. The software requires Android 2.0 or higher and 30MB of internal storage. You can scan a QR code at the Mozilla Wiki page if you are interested. After Alpha and Beta versions, Mozilla hopes to have Firefox for Android released before the end of this year.