If you’ve been waiting for the tablet-optimized version of Firefox for your Android tablet, we’ve got some good news for you. Firefox for Android tablets has just entered the nightly builds stage, which means that it is functional enough for the public to play around with and test – so we’re one step closer to a final release of the web browser.
So if you love Firefox for Android you might be inclined to check it out. It’s not going to be perfect – expect bugs, crashes and whatnot, but hey – that’s what the testing experience is all about. Head over to the Nightly Mozilla webpage to get your hands on the web browser now. If you’ve given it a spin, let us know what you think of it.
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