Firefox Available for Android Phones
Although I have each of the "big three" browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Firefox), installed on all three of my computers (desktop, notebook, and netbook), I use Mozilla's Firefox most of the time for web browsing. I do so primarily because of the wide variety of add-ons available for Firefox that make my life easier. I keep the other browsers, particularly Internet Explorer (IE), available because a few web sites render better in IE or simply require IE for certain functions. Fortunately, the number of web sites requiring IE to function properly is decreasing rapidly. Of course, Firefox's add-ons have become so popular that the Google updated the Chrome browser to also be able to accept add-ons. I will say that Chrome seems to be the fastest of the three browsers, but all three are sufficiently fast for most normal uses. My favorite Firefox add-on is Firefox Sync. It makes my life (and would make the life of anyone using multiple computers) much easier by synchronizing my browsing history, bookmarks, passwords (use caution with saving passwords in your browser), and even open browser tabs across all three of my computers. I can start web-based research on one computer (say my desktop in my home office), then pick up where I left off while on the road using my notebook or netbook computer. Until you experience this type of browser sync, you cannot truly appreciate the added convenience. Sync is now also built into Google Chrome, but Firefox had it first and still has a much larger collection of useful add-ons, so for now I am keeping Firefox as my primary browser. What has been missing from the mix is a version of Firefox I could run on my Droid X cell phone. Mozilla has now released an "alpha" version of Fennec, which is the mobile version of Firefox, for Android (version 2.0 and later) phones. The really great news is that Firefox Sync is built into Fennec. So I can make sure my history, bookmarks, open tabs, and even passwords (caution advised, of course) are with me all the time. If you have an Android phone and are a dedicated Firefox user like me, browse to this page from your phone's existing browser and give it a try.