Ubiquity Firefox in android

by shankar » Fri, 25 Sep 2009 12:01:28 GMT


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 Hello
        I want to add Ubiquity Feature in android, what i want is can
we directly import Ubiquity script in to android or we need to develop
a custom scripts that supports android browser.
       please help me.
       Thanks in advance.
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