The new release of Firefox, which was announced today on the Mozilla Blog, also adds better support for Apple's latest desktop interface, Mac OS X Lion, including support for two-finger swipe gestures and a more Lion-like interface design.
With this release, Mozilla has also updated Firefox for Android. New for the mobile browser is tablet optimization for landscape and portrait orientation. Thumbnails now appear alongside the screen for each open tab, and swiping is supported. Users can also add site bookmarks to their Android home screen for app-like access.
Finally, the Android version of Firefox 9 lets sites access the mobile device's camera and supports HTML5 Form Validation, "which automatically validates Web site form fields like numbers, emails and URLs without developers needing to write a custom code or use a third-party library."
Firefox download page. The New Version are available for Windows 7, Vista, and Windows XP; Mac OS X and Linux in dozens of languages.