Apple has approved Mozilla’s Firefox Home for use on its iPod Touch and iPhone devices, the Telegraph reports.
Firefox Home, submitted for approval on 30 June, allows users to synchronise their history, bookmarks and recently opened tabs on their personal computers with their Apple gadgets.
“Firefox enables hundreds of millions of people all over the world to each have a web experience that’s unique, they can make Firefox look and feel the way they want with add-ons and personas,” wrote Jay Sullivan, a senior executive at Mozilla on its official blog.
"People access the web from many devices, including their mobile phones. We’re building services that make the user experience more personal, portable and privacy-protected while providing developers with a platform and tools that are easy, effective and extensible."
Users will have to install the Firefor Sync add-on to their personal computers in order to use the application and synchronise bookmarks and passwords between the desktop and their Apple devices.
Firefox Home can be downloaded from the iTunes App store for free.