Android (2.0 and above): It's a "pre-alpha build", but Firefox Mobile, a.k.a. Fennec, is worth testing out on newer Android phones. It's a pretty neat browser with a lot of potential, as shown in our screen captures.
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Firefox: Mozilla's out with the 1.0 of its Weave project, and it delivers on what it first promised — quiet but complete syncing of bookmarks, passwords, preferences, history and even open tabs. It also heralds the coming of a really cool mobile experience.
Mozilla Labs highlights a very cool feature coming to Fennec, the mobile version of Firefox: Fennec now syncs browser tabs with previously mentioned Weave, so you can easily access any of the pages you were browsing on your desktop installation of Firefox from your mobile browser. Handy!
Firefox's mobile browser, Fennec, is available in "milestone" (read: very alpha) downloads for HTC Touch Pro phones, but also most any Windows Mobile phone running at VGA (480x640). Early reports say it's working, if slow. As the Mozilla team itself notes, this release has plug-ins disabled, features no soft keyboard input, doesn't allow for program or add-on updating, and a few other "punts" made to get a working release out. Still, if you want to test out Fennec's unique navigation and mobile browsing helpers and you've got a Windows Mobile phone, it could be worth a try—even if web site loading is not exactly snappy at this point. Fennec is a free download, built for the HTC Touch Pro but capable of running on Windows Mobile phones. A direct CAB link can be found right under the "Installation" heading in the link below. Fennec Milestone Release for Windows Mobile
All platforms (Mac/Windows/Linux): You caught a glimpse of the new Mobile Firefox alpha running on a Windows Mobile device last week, but today you can check out the alpha from the comfort of your desktop. Codenamed Fennec, the Mobile Firefox alpha 1 build gives you a neat look at what's to come on your smartphone and other handheld devices from Mozilla. As the welcome screen instructs, click and drag right to see tabs, and click and drag left to tinker with the software's controls. Fennec is only alpha, and it does show, but it's a promising look at Firefox's take on mobile browsing.
The alpha build of Mobile Firefox (codenamed Fennec) has been available for testing by brave Nokia N810 users for some time now, but Mozilla developer Brad Lassey just got it up and running on a Windows Mobile device, and shares a couple of screenshots. Obviously there's quite a bit of work to be done, but it's an exciting preview at what getting Firefox in your pocket will look like in the near future.