A text editor is among the most fundamental apps needed in order to use a smartphone effectively – for some reason, Firefox OS does not include one. As so often, Tamoggemon saves the day with its Text Editor for Firefox OS.
The product is likely to be the first-ever tab-based text editor for mobile phones running Firefox OS. Simultaneously open as many files as you need – the browser-like interface makes sure that you always stay on top of your editing.
The text rendering engine is based on the one used to power Tamoggemon’s now-legendary tIRC client for Palm OS. It permits the flexible configuration of the display – programmers can even disable the line wrapping.
Finally, an automatic backup feature protects you from inadvertent or unintended editing. In short, Text Editor is the one and only text editor any Firefox OS user will ever need.
Tam Hanna, CEO of Tamoggemon Holding k.s., states the following: “For Tamoggemon Holding k.s., it was always of paramount importance to be on top of technology trends. We are very proud to be among the first companies to release an application for FireFOX OS, which will be tremendously successful in markets currently underserved by the more established competitors like Android.”
As Firefox OS applications can not be monetized as of this writing, the product will initially be released as a free beta version. The current one, set to expire on the August this year, can be downloaded from the official marketplace: https://marketplace.firefox.com/app/text-editor-free