Mozilla "Junior" - Safari Browser on the iPad Competitor

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Mozilla as a browser champions attempt to "fill" the default browser on Apple's new tablet, iPad, which was originally occupied by Safari. Mozilla began to enter the browser market with iPad prototype "Junior." Product Design Strategy Mozilla team has now made a special browser that is expected to optimize iPad browsing activities on the iPad.

"The browser was named Junior will make browsing more fun, more ergonomic, and capable of redefining the experience of a real browser on the iPad", said Alex Limi of Product Design Strategy Mozilla team.

Most browsers are still adapting the tablet version of the desktop version of the interface. However, Mozilla Junior will give view in full screen size (full screen) as well as the traditional address bar is somewhat similar to Internet Explorer 8 on Windows 10.

Mozilla install two buttons as a means of navigation. This browser will have two dedicated keys for back (to the previous page) and a button '+' which has a menu contains favorites, recent pages, and the URL bar. There's no address bar or tab. There are other functions such as reload, forward, and print the hidden but still accessible.

Mozilla "Junior" will not appear on the App Store in the near future because they have not entered the stage ready for release. Much remains to be done before declaring Junior Mozilla team is ready for launch. At least to be completed in 2013.


Sources: www.theverge.com

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