Mozilla has released a test version of its Firefox browser for Android tablets.
The Firefox browser for Android brings both tabbed browsing and Awesomebar for the users. With Awesomebar, one can use the URL field to do a keyword search of history and bookmarks while tabbed browsing in Firefox lets you load Web pages in separate tabs of a single browser window.
The tabs will stay on the left side of the screen when the tablets are being used in the landscape mode. In the portrait mode, the same tabs move up, to the top of screen so users can get more space for browsing.
Mozilla has also added back, forward and reload button in the browser, apparently to take advantage of the bigger screens of tablets.
The Firefox browser version for Android is for the testing purposes only, so users may expect some bugs and glitches in it.
A Mozilla blog post also said, “Keep in mind that this is very early stage work. There are lots of rough edges and design is continuously evolving.”