Mozilla Brings The Best Of Honeycomb To Firefox For Tablets
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Mozilla released a sneak peak at Firefox for Tablets today, a version of the popular web browser built on the Firefox Mobile engine but optimised for a tablet’s roomier screen.
As we can see from the screen shots, tabs will now either appear along the left or top of the screen–depending on its orientation. Yes, it looks like Android 3.0, likely because Mozilla drew inspiration from Honeycomb’s design language. But, Android influence aside, Firefox’s trademark elements like the large Back button and unique tab shape be included. [Firefox for Tablets via Mashable]
A closeup of the design details