Mozilla has just rolled out Beta 4 of its Firefox browser for Maemo and Android devices. Beta 4 promises to be noticeably faster, improve start-up and page load times and responsiveness to panning and zooming.
Other advancements in this release include increasing stability, reducing installation memory usage, improving readability with zooming, and fixing some keyboard issues. The latest beta is available to download from the Android Market and if you use a Nokia N900, visit this link to get downloading.
Despite Mozilla’s claims, the browser doesn’t feel as fast in the real world and I found myself going back to the N900′s stock MicroB and the stock Android browser on my Galaxy S.
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