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Mozilla reveals an adaptive Android home screen built around Firefox

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We hope you haven't had your fill of adaptive Android home screens, because Mozilla is throwing its hat into the increasingly crowded ring. The company has just offered a sneak peek at Firefox Launcher for Android, a front end that revolves around its mobile browser. The upcoming software mates Firefox with EverythingMe's context-sensitive app search, personalizing both your web surfing and your software in one shot. Unfortunately, you'll have to wait a while to find out exactly how this combination works. Mozilla plans to share more details once it's closer to beta testing the launcher at an unspecified point in the future.

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