London: Disappointed with your browsing experience on iPad? Cheer up, as something is designed keeping all you iPad users in mind! Ace browser Mozilla has unveiled its new Firefox version titled as 'Junior' designed particularly for Apple iPad.
Company aims to enhance the browsing experience as the foundation says makes browsing more fun, more ergonomic and re-thinks browser user experience from the ground up.
Junior has been built to comfort its users as it has only two buttons placed tactically on either side of screen where majority iPad user's thumbs go. Buttons allow users to go back and to open a new tab which are the key while browsing.
The most advantageous move that Firefox took is the removal of tool box, search bar or omnibox. It enables users to browse on full screen.
The upcoming iPad browser was uncovered by Alex Limi and Trond Werner Lansen from Mozilla's product design and strategy team at a presentation.
For now, Mozilla has not made any announcement related to Junior's launch dates.