I have a love / hate relationship with any Apple product, I love the design and features but sometimes the software isn’t for more, and Safari is a prime example of that. That’s why I for one am glad to see that Mozilla is thinking about releasing a new iPad browser called ‘Junior’.

The browser was revealed at a recent presentation by Lumi and offers a wide range of cool new features we haven’t seen on the iPad so far, these include a full traditional address bar and tab layout, full screen viewing modes (which has just been included in Safari,) and the obvious everyday buttons you need to browser the web.

So far the browser is just a prototype by you can head on over to Mozilla’s page where you will find the full video from the presentation.

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