Mozilla launches Firefox marketplace for Android


Software developer Mozilla has launched a preview edition of its integrated Firefox marketplace for Android developers. Available now in the Aurora development version of Firefox for Android, the feature includes a number of “showcase apps” in the areas of games, productivity and news and media that users can browse, install and use. “This release gives developers a means to get feedback on their apps as the Marketplace grows and progresses,” Mozilla said on its blog. “At Mozilla, we develop in the open and this initial release will help lead the way for future Marketplace Aurora, Beta and Firefox OS releases in 2013.” Read the full story at The Inquirer.

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