The "Weave Sync" project from Mozilla Labs has officially graduated and is now being incorporated into the Firefox roadmap.
"Weave Sync" is now named "Firefox Sync" and the service will become a feature of Firefox in an upcoming major release, Mozilla announced today. Until then you can download Firefox Sync as an add-on.
The latest version of Firefox Sync, v1.3, has a few new features and developments including:
- Availability in more than 15 languages including German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Chinese
- A simpler sign-up and setup process
- A single button to access all your remote tabs and more.
Mozilla has been also been working on an application for the iPhone based on the Firefox Sync technology. The app is called "Firefox Home", and it will give iPhone users instant access to their Firefox browsing history, bookmarks, and the set of tabs from their most recent browser session, in addition to having "Awesome Bar" capability.