Mozilla has been testing early builds of Firefox for Google Android for months, but the web browser isn’t yet available from the Android Market. Instead you have to download it directly from Mozilla’s web site and install it manually. But it looks like that will change before the end of December.

Answering a question from a user who was having difficulty installing the browser, Mozilla’s Matt Brubeck said that the next major release of Firefox would be available for download from the Market “later this month.”

That should come as good news for AT&T Android customers, who are unable to “sideload” apps which aren’t available from the Android Market.

via Droid Life

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