Mozilla has released an application that allows users to transfer Firefox browser data to the Apple iOS platform.
Firefox Home will synchronise browser information such as open tabs, bookmarks and history to an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch device. The app allows users to share Firefox browser information on iOS, which uses Apple's Safari browser.
The software is being offered through the App Store, and users will also need to download the Firefox Sync tool. Both applications are free, and users will be required to set up an account with Firefox Sync.
Mozilla said that the software supports all iPhone models, but that an iPhone 3G or later is recommended. The company said that, while iOS 4 supports the tool, it has not yet been fully optimised.
The software will provide something of a workaround for Firefox fans who use iOS devices. With the exception of Opera Mini, the App Store has not offered iOS versions of Safari's major competing browsers.
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