In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk about SEGA’s mobile Humble Bundle, the Flappy Bird sequel, a PC classic on Android, and more Android apps news!
Firefox for Android has added Chromecast support. It is in the Nightly builds stream only for now. Does this signify a delay in Mozilla’s Netcast streaming stick that promised to do everything Chromecast could do, and more?
Firefox Browser for Android is one of the most popular third-party browsers in the Google Play Store. This makes the latest update to version 31 a topic of interest to many of our readers.
Browser bookmarks enable us to save our favorite Web links for access later. If you think of the Web as a supersized digital book, Web bookmarks work like real-life bookmarks by allowing us to mark a location on the Web that we intend to go back to later. Other browser programs aptly use the term “Favorites” for such collections of links. If you use an iPhone and you’re planning to use an Android phone in addition to it, or if you intend to switch over entirely to Android, you will most likely also want to bring over your iPhone bookmarks…
We subjected 11 of the best Android browsers to a series of tests and benchmarks to find out which one is the top performer. Which browser is the “fastest Android browser”? Continue reading to find out.
Firefox has updated the Android version of their mobile browser today, bringing a host of welcome changes. On the heels of the Chrome update for Android, Firefox has made similar modifications to allow for better functionality, and an aesthetic refresh.
We take a shot at uncovering the potential benefits and disadvantages for Android users should a third major platform emerge in the mobile ecosystem.
Alcatel, ZTE, Huawei and LG have been announced as the first Mozilla partners, with a fifth name confirmed earlier today – Sony.
Mozilla, AT&T ,and Ericsson are all teaming up to bring their WebRTC-based concept to MWC. The idea will allow users to make voice calls, access their contacts, and share files from a web browser linked to their mobile number.
You read the title right – Chrome OS has its roots in Mozilla Firefox, according to a recent blog post by former Google employee Jeff Nelson.