"No Firefox for Windows Phone 7," Mozilla says

But Mozilla has decided against developing a Windows Phone 7 version of Firefox “While we think Windows Phone 7 looks interesting and has the potential to do well in the market, Microsoft has unfortunately decided to close off development to native apps. Because of this, we won’t be able to provide Firefox for Windows Phone […]

But Mozilla has decided against developing a Windows Phone 7 version of Firefox “While we think Windows Phone 7 looks interesting and has the potential to do well in the market, Microsoft has unfortunately decided to close off development to native apps. Because of this, we won’t be able to provide Firefox for Windows Phone 7 at this time. Given that Microsoft’s staking their future in mobile on Windows Mobile 7 (not 6.5) and because we don’t know if or when Microsoft’ll release a native development kit, we’re putting our Windows Mobile development on hold,” Stuart Parmenter stated. “We’ll be disabling the builds and test automation shortly, and developers shouldn’t worry if the tree breaks,” he stated. “While I hope that we do see Microsoft provide us with a way to build Firefox for Windows Phone 7, we’ll continue to focus on the things that we can control: building a great consumer product on both Android and Maemo.”

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