I remember using Firefox a long time ago, before I purchased my first iPad, before I purchased my first Mac computer. I’ve since lost touch with the stylish web browser because Safari became my standard. Apple uses cloud technology to allow users to sync browser history, bookmarks, and form filling content from any iOS or OS X device. If I were a diehard Firefox fan, I’d be upset that it hasn’t yet been available on iOS.
This week, Mozilla officially acknowledged it is in the early stages of experimenting with Firefox on iOS.
According to TechCrunch, Mozilla held an internal event in Portland, OR where Vice President Jonathan Nightingale was quoted as saying the company is going to make Firefox for iOS.