Mozilla Releases Tablet-Friendly Firefox 9 for Android

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Lol, still no flash support thus I will not use it.
Not only that but it's still slower in many ways in comparison to the native browser, it's more juddery and stuttery.
 

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Yeah, no flash support, I will not use it either. Pity, I previously really enjoyed using firefox but they have been so slow coming to market with a mobile browser that actually works OTB.

I use either my android browser (flash support) or opera for android (flash support). I like to use the web as it was designed to be experienced by the developers with flash and no stupid "i-crap" grey boxes showing where flash should be.

Yeah, and I hear all you "but...the future" ifanboys talking about HTML5 and flash and blah blah blah but, I enjoy being able to experience the web how it's designed to be experienced now, today (with flash) and not sometime in the unknown speculated future of HTML5 dominance. So, whatever.
 
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I'll continue to use Opera (with their bookmark synch) on my EEE pad.
If you say that Flash is dead... you are dead.
I'm sick of these idiots.
 
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