(PhysOrg.com) -- Mozilla has just released the next alpha version of Fennec (Firefox browser) for Android smartphones and the Nokia N900. With Firefox sync built into this release browsing history, bookmarks, passwords and form-fill data can seamlessly be shared between desktop and your mobile device.
In the beta release layers will be introduced that will improve graphic intensive functions such as video, animations, scrolling, etc. Mozilla is also working on optimizing the rendering capabilities used in today’s smartphone’s hardware-accelerated graphics.
The alpha version of Fennec for Android 2.0 or higher and Nokia N900 can be downloaded here.
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More information: -- Mozilla release notes
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