Firefox Mobile for Android and the Nokia N900 has been pushed out, or at least Mozilla’s Alpha release of the smartphone browser. Natively supporting Firefox Sync – bringing desktop browsing history, bookmarks, passwords, form-fill data and open tabs to the mobile app – the new browser apparently concentrates on increasing speed and responsiveness, with Mozilla debuting their new “Electrolysis” and “Layers” technology.
Video demo after the cut
No word on when that Beta might be released, however, so for now it’s the Alpha – as with any such software, it might not be the most stable thing you could install on your smartphone. You can download the new version of Firefox Mobile here, while the release notes are here.