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The developers of Fennec, a.k.a. Firefox Mobile, have stated that support for add-ons will differentiate it from other mobile browsers. Much like Firefox's desktop version, a preview build of reader favourite AdBlock Plus might ensure Fennec gets its proper due.

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Is a full-fledged, add-on-powered mobile browser something you want for your phone? Jay Sullivan, Mozilla's Vice President for mobile, works every day to make it happen. Read what Sullivan has to say about Fennec, iPhones, Android, and all things mobile.

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Mozilla's Firefox-like mobile browser, Fennec, has reached its first beta release, with TraceMonkey-backed JavaScript, better support for add-ons, "gestures" and no-button browsing, and a few other neat developments. The full release notes show what's new in Beta 1, but most people will want to know how to get it on their phones. And the answer is, still, not quite yet—this release is only officially supported on Nokia N810 tablets, or in a kind of emulator for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. Most of the changes between the alpha releases and this beta are faster, faster, and faster—panning, zooming, start-up, and other performance tweaks. Check out the video walkthrough of the Beta1's new features. Fennec is a free download for Nokia N810 tablets and Windows, Mac, and Linux systems.

Fennec M12 (Beta 1) for Maemo release notes