The Mozilla Marketplace for Open Web Apps

Havi Hoffman

If you’ve been keeping up with the news from Mobile World Congress, you already know that the Mozilla Labs Apps project has graduated from experiment to platform! The Marketplace is now open for developer app submissions. Developers can secure app names and establish a place in the Marketplace in preparation for the consumer launch later this year.

Bamm.tv, which just announced its partnership with Mozilla, put it this way:

“…tech pioneers Mozilla are… unveiling something genuinely new for their company. The Mozilla Marketplace has a unique twist: an HTML 5 app can be released on any internet-connected platform with zero need for re-coding or re-development.

This is all part of Mozilla’s quest to build a better internet, along with their dedication to keeping it free, open and accessible to all. It will make for a revolutionary multi-platform experience. So, expect an upcoming whirlwind of awesome, innovative new apps…”

Read the full announcement from our friends at Bamm.tv here.

Read more about today’s developer launch over on the Hacks blog, where Joe Stagner (@misfitgeek) shares details.