Firefox comes to Android tablets


9 Responses to “Firefox comes to Android tablets”

  1. millie fink says:

    I prefer Chrome. Quicker, and a bigger window.

  2. darrrrrrn says:

    I used to be an unwavering supporter of Firefox until it started stuttering during every video I watched on youtube.  So I started watching videos in Chrome but when I’m low on memory the Chrome tabs all start failing, now I’m back to Safari, like a chump.  I want Firefox and my lovely adblocker back, but i get the impression it’s become a bit bloated and unyeilding.

  3. Nick Hayday says:

    If it has a stylus, they blew it

  4. BarBarSeven says:

    FireFox nowadays has issues. I mean when they post a new “major” version each month (what’s it up to now 6? Is 7 due soon?) then that wreaks of lack of confidence. It’s also slow from a web animation point of view; jQuery runs like crap on FireFox no matter how much optimization there is. Safari or Chrome is the best way to go nowadays.

  5. guthrien says:

    I don’t want to be one of THOSE people but isn’t the Lenovo tablet leveraging its particular grade of DRM? Incongruous!

  6. walter davis says:

    firefox used to be the best in the game, but that’s very false now with google chrome

  7. Ben Burger says:

    Firefox keeps freezing on me, like 3 or 4 times an hour, does anyone know why this might be?

  8. Karl J. Smith says:

    I’m actually excited by the stylus – I’d like to be able to draw diagrams and things with it.

    I even went so far as to ask Lenovo customer support via their online chat to see if their new tablet had an open boot loader (e.g., but they didn’t quite get what I was asking about and claimed that it had no bootloader at all.
     I’ll keep waiting until I get more information about it, but I’m also very aware that the Tegra 3/Kal-El tablets with quad-core processors are very close to being released and will probably just keep waiting until then.

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