Mozilla Firefox has finally launched its own browser-based mobile system, which seems like a credible option for companies emerging with their phones and intending to keep them low-end. For a much savvy audience however, the system is not exactly what they are looking for especially when iOS and Android are still leading the mobile technology market. However, in markets where phones with great features still take up a major market share, Mozilla Firefox combined together with a Blackberry SIM can become successful with its technology. With the promise to improve their system with time to match their rivals, Firefox is all set to attract investors and partners to support it in its venture.
Why Is It Good?
The system is almost similar to that of Android and iOS which makes its use quite simple, especially for those who have some experience of using a smartphone. The familiar app structure presented in a grid form, swiping from left to right presenting different apps is just the same as in iOS. A calling and messaging app, camera and Firefox browser is a permanent fixture at the lower end of the screen. A search app is also available which is quite different from that of the other OS due to the fact that it is a browser-based system. Searching on this app can not only provide results from within your phone but also from the Firefox Marketplace and the Web.