The title more or less says it all. Mozilla’s mobile version of Firefox 4 is now in beta and available for download. It’s compatible with Maemo handsets (read: Nokia N900), and Android-based devices running on version 2.0 or higher.
So, what can you expect from Firefox 4 beta 1 for Android and Maemo? For starters, there’s built-in Firefox sync, and just like on the iPhone, you can pinch to zoom on your Android phone. On the Nokia N900, you can use the volume rocker to zoom in or out. Tabbed browsing with thumbnail view has also been added as well as a Password Manager so you don’t have to waste your time entering your password all of the time. Location-aware browsing is now likewise supported providing you with content that’s relevant to your present location.
It comes with a bunch of other treats, but the best way to really find out about it is to try it out yourself. Interested? To download Firefox 4 beta 1, just click here and choose the appropriate version for your mobile device. Don’t forget to hit us up in the comments section below as we’d certainly love to hear your take on this new mobile web browser.