Firefox For Android Marketplace Opens Its Doors To Developers And Eraly Adopters [VIDEO]

Considering Mozilla Firebox as the most popular and more advanced desktop browsers brings the best browsing for Android. It’s faster than before, easy to use, and pretty customizable, with all the latest security updates and version releases with useful Add-ons and plug-ins. Apart this today, Mozilla has launched the latest Aurora version of Firefox for Android, along with it, has also opens the Firefox Marketplace to early adopters and testers (developers).

When talking about the new Mozilla Firefox Marketplace, which offers apps in a similar fashion to the Google Web Store for Chrome. Enabling users to browse the store and discover mobile web applications and developers can have chance to showcase their built-apps. All those apps run in full-screen mode and can also be pinned to the home screen. Distant Orbit, Jauntly, Soundcloud and Twitter are among the first apps in the store, from where can be downloaded then for free of charge.

The new Firefox Android Marketplace offering web apps, also offer APIs for application discovery, submission and payments. Here’s what Mozilla explained in its press release today:

Our goal is to collect as much real-life feedback as possible about the Marketplace’s design, usability, performance, reliability, and content. Feedback from early adopters helps us enhance the quality of the Marketplace before it is released to larger audiences.

Mozilla’s major point is that hopes the Firefox Marketplace will “allow developers to build, distribute and memotize rich, impressive apps that use web technologies like HTML, JavaScript and CSS.” Being a developer, you can try to get started right now with the well designed Mozilla guide of tutorials.

Watch the YouTube video below and learn how the new Mozilla Firefox Marketplace actually works.

For more information on Firefox Marketplace for Android, please head over to the official website.