Mozilla Working on a New Android Browser Fenix

Mozilla which has made the open source browser, Firefox is working on a new internet browser which is going to be codenamed as ‘Fenix’ for the operating system Android.
The new application is going to target for the young generation, tech-savvy audience, according to a report stated.

Mozilla contributors started contributing more actively to the project starting from June, according to the Github history.

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According to the reports, there is no comment from the Fenix developers about their plans of commercializing the browser in the immediate future.

The reasons for developing another Android-based browser is still unclear from the developers’ end, especially when Firefox remains one of the most popular Android browsers with over a 100 million installs to date, according to its official Google Play listing.

Mozilla which is founded by the team of Netscape in the year 1998, is the open-source software community presently has three different set of Android browsers – the flagship Firefox browser, privacy-focused Firefox Focus, and beta builds Firefox Nightly.

Udit Agarwal
Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Responsible for gathering information on the tech companies working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies, Udit can be reached at udit@techiexpert.com

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