Mozilla opens a web application store for many types of browsers
Mozilla will launch the Mozilla Marketplace online web application store on the occasion of the World Mobile Congress - Mobile World Congress 2012. Applications in this repository are written for multiple platforms and browsers.
Mozilla, a Firefox web browser developer, has announced it will open a web app store called Mozilla Marketplace on the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012. This important event will take place on Next Monday - February 27, 2012.
Mozilla agrees to let application developers submit web applications right at MWC 2012. These applications are created to run smoothly on a variety of devices (including mobile phones, tablets, desktop computers .) and various web browsers.
In the early stages, the Mozilla Marketplace online web application store is only for developers. Until the end of 2012, Mozilla is expected to provide web applications for consumers. Mozilla Marketplace will include games, audio and visual applications, music .
Mozilla Marketplace is built to compete with Google's 'Store app ' market . Although it is about 1 year slower than Chrome Store, Mozilla Marketplace has the advantage of supporting all web browsers . This is different from Google's view that the Chrome Store application is mainly for browser users Chrome.
According to Todd Simpson, Mozilla's Creative Director, 'The Web is the largest platform on a global scale. We open an online web application store and give application developers a chance to 'talent' on a large playground. Mozilla has unlocked the potential to develop web applications as a platform to support the creation and delivery of this content anywhere . '
Application developers can also learn more about the Mozilla Marketplace web application store at 7B96, lobby 7 of Mozilla in the framework of MWC 2012 event.
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