Mozilla is working on a browser for the iPad called Junior. Mozilla said it wants to make browsing "more fun, more ergonomic" and hopes to re-think the browsing experience "from the ground up." As with almost all third-party browsers on the iPad, the app will be based on Apple's built-in Webkit framework, the same one that underlies Mobile Safari.
Mozilla showed off the browser in a recent presentation by the Product Design Strategy team. Mozilla's iPad browser will be a full-screen experience that tries to de-clutter the UI by ditching the address bar and tabs at the top. Mozilla has replaced the familiar tool bars with two main buttons, located towards the bottom of the screen. The buttons can be used to perform six operations like print, forward, and reload.
Source: TUAW, Mozilla
Mozilla announces Junior, Webkit browser for iPad!
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