Mozilla-Based Application Logos version 4

I’ve updated the Featured Mozilla-Based Applications page with several more entries and now have enough new logos to update the image I occasionally post about.

This image shows logos for applications that currently make use of at least one Mozilla technology, question marks to show that there are likely applications out there we don’t know anything about and logos for projects that are no longer active or no longer use Mozilla code.

If you know of anything missing from this list or from the more complete list, let me know.

17 Responses to Mozilla-Based Application Logos version 4

  1. Philip Chee says:

    Flock just switched to webkit. I guess you can remove that logo.


    • davidwboswell says:

      The Flock homepage still has Powered by Mozilla on it, so I’m not quite sure what’s up. I guess the new beta is Chromium based but the current stable release is Mozilla-based?

  2. Tiago Sá says:

    No they didn’t. Flock is still Mozilla powered, and they’d do well to keep it that way, if I’m honest.

  3. This is great. Do you have a higher resolution version of this (for presentations)?

  4. Gecko says:

    Flock has switched to Chromium. You should remove the Flock icon.

    “And, as the first major browser other than Google Chrome to be built on the Chromium platform”

    • davidwboswell says:

      I’ll switch Flock out for the next version I do since the Chromium version is a beta now and the current official release is still Mozilla based.

    • says:

      Chromium still uses NPAPI and NSS, no?

      • davidwboswell says:

        As far as I know Chromium is still using that code and it would mean they could be included along with other Mozilla-based applications. I’ve left it off the list though to avoid confusion since it seemed many people would assume that it was a Gecko reference instead of a reference to other Mozilla technologies. Same with and some other applications.

  5. mawrya says:

    These icons are crying out to be hyperlinked. I want to click the mango and see where it takes me! Or is it a golden plum?

  6. Ben says:

    Epiphany switched to Webkit (and dropped all support for Gecko) years ago.

  7. Songbird Icon have to be updated (no more yellow bird)
    here is a high-resolution icon :

    Also I’m working on my own XUL application but it’s not yet ready to be featured. (no final name nor logo)

    • davidwboswell says:

      Thanks for the Songbird icon news — I guess I missed that :) I’ll go update it now.

      When you have news about your XUL application, let me know.

  8. joliclic says:

    There’s also my humble small XULRunner applications, targeting mainly Maemo for now. Perhaps they could be in more complete list :) .

    – Mozcards: port and adaptation of the extension Cards (by Stephen Clavering)

    – JoliStopwatch: a simple stopwatch

    – JoliTimer: a count down timer, with preset support

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