Firefox OS Marketplace leaks out, one step closer to launch next year

Firefox OS Marketplace leaks out, one step closer to launch next year
The Firefox operating system for mobile devices might seem like a tough sell against Androids, iPhones and Windows Phone devices, but it comes with the promise of HTML5 knitted deep into the core of the system and now we have more images of the Firefox Marketplace, all indications that Mozilla is working hard on delivering the platform to market.

These leaked images below show that the Marketplace in Firefox OS has evolved a lot from a top-level structure in Boot to Gecko (or B2G, the former name used to refer to the Firefox mobile OS). Now, there are plenty of free applications but the focus is on categories, not highlighting individual applications.

You can all improtant Marketplace elements are already there including the option to submit reviews, some art for the releases and a review system, but overall the Firefox app catalog looks a bit spartan. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though, so check out the screen grabs below and let us know about your impressions in the comments below.

source: Engadget


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