Take Firefox with you anywhere. Built on the same engine as Firefox 4 for the desktop, Firefox 4 beta for Android and Maemo is packed full of your favorite features like Sync, Add-ons and the Awesome Bar. Enjoy a personalized and seamless browsing experience across multiple devices. Watch the video to see how youve helped us get here and where were going next.
Private & Secure
Customize your privacy and security settings for a fully empowered mobile browsing experience.
Firefox for mobile is offered in more than 30 languages and counting. It's been built and tested by a global community of people creating a better Internet.
Your Start Page
Your start page acts like Session Restore on the desktop so you can pick up right where you left off.
The Awesome Bar, one-touch bookmarking, and tabbed browsing are just a few ways Firefox gets you to your favorite sites with minimal typing and tapping.
Performance & Productivity
We've optimized Firefox for speed, responsiveness and productivity on your mobile.
Access to maps and info relevant to your location. Firefox doesn't share your location without your permission.
Zoom with Ease
Double-tap on an area to zoom in or out, or use the volume rocker on the Nokia N900 to "free-form" zoom in small increments.
Friendly Touch Interface
Access your tabs and browser controls with the swipe of your finger. Pan and scroll swiftly, and manage your Web content by tapping on the Site Menu.
Under the Hood
Firefox gives Web developers more tools and features to create the next big breakthroughs in mobile Web content.
Ask a question, get tips & tricks, or learn how to install Firefox on your mobile.
Below is a list of tested devices compatible with Firefox.
* Nokia N900
* Firefox is compatible with Android 2.0 and above devices.
* Installation requires approximately 32MB internal storage, plus 12MB SD storage.
Supported Devices - Tested
* HTC Desire
* HTC Desire HD
* HTC Droid Incredible
* HTC EVO 4G
* HTC Google Nexus One
* Motorola Droid 2
* Motorola Droid X
* Samsung I9000 Galaxy S (AT&T Captivate, Verizon Fascinate, T-Mobile Vibrant, Sprint Epic 4G)
Supported Devices - Not Tested
* HTC Desire Z (T-Mobile G2)
Changelog for this release:
Anti-Aliasing for WebGL is now implemented
Accelerated layers are now supported via OpenGL ES
It's now even easier to set up Firefox Sync - see the "Set up Sync" link on the home tab
New element for bi-directional text isolation, along with supporting CSS properties
Added IndexedDB APIs to more closely match the specification
There is an extremely rare case where the browser may become unable to load web pages or close tabs
mobile device, Android or iPhone
version 4 also works on Windows systems