"Seven weeks after Mozilla first announced Firefox Home
for the iPhone, the open source browser maker has made good on its
pledge to deliver a Firefox-synchronization app for the iTunes App
Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users.
"The free Firefox Home app isn't a browser; instead, it's
intended to enable Apple mobile device users to pick up where their
PC browsing activities left off. As a result, open tabs, bookmarks
and browser histories from a user's desktop version of Firefox will
be carried over onto their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, where they
will be able to continue surfing the Web using Apple's Safari
"But while Firefox Home will synchronize Firefox browsing
activities from the desktop to the iPhone, it won't work in
reverse: Apple iOS device users will not be able to synchronize
their browsing activities back to their Windows, Linux and Mac
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