“Mozilla last week showed off a browser for the iPad, dubbed Junior,” Chloe Albanesius reports For PC Magazine.
“Junior is now a WebKit-based, full-screen browser that Mozilla said will be far superior to the built-in Safari browser Apple includes on its iOS devices,” Albanesius reports. “‘If you look at Safari on the iPad, it’s a pretty miserable experience, I think,’ Alex Limi, a product designer at Firefox, said during a recent presentation to co-workers. ‘It feels like it’s the one app where they took the desktop version, pulled out the UI, and slapped it into the iPad.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: iOS-wide multi-user support is one thing where Apple has really dropped the ball. Guess what, Apple, parents don’t want their kids to have access to full Web browsing, emails, text messages, etc. when they hand over their iPads.