Mozilla Is Building A “Simple” iPad Browser Called Junior

Posted on June 18, 2012. Filed under: Technology | Tags: , , |

Last week, Mozilla’s Product Design Strategy team quietly announced a few new projects including somethingcalled Junior, a Webkit browser for the iPad with notabs or search bars. Instead, it uses simple gestures and a simplified UI to change the way we work with the web.
To browse the web you press one of three buttons – forward, back, and a plus that displays a list of recentsites, bookmarks, and a search bar. The rest of the page is pure web.
The group is also working on Search Tabs, a feature that displays search results from multiple sites, and Presence that allows you to communicate with friends and family on the web.


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Thanks for your write-up. I also feel that laptop computers
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