Mozilla are getting closer to releasing a tablet version of FireFox. So if you would like a little more choice of which browser to use on your tablet this update maybe of interest to you. It has being designed for Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) devices and there are some interesting images shown on Ian Barlow of Mozilla blog. They show a clean looking browser which features enhancements that take advantage of larger screens available on tablets.
The user interface elements haven’t been tucked away like in the phone edition where space was a premium. Instead the helpful elements are back on the screen including the tabs. With the tablet in landscape mode the tabs appear to be on a persistent bar on the left ensuring that browsing is quicker and easier. This bar then moves to the top of the screen when you switch to portrait mode, so that you are free to browse in the space below.
Mozilla appear to be designing a browser which utilizes the benefits of the tablet physical and the Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) interface to bring a new experience to users.
Take a look at Ian’s full blog post HERE