List of Former Mozilla-Based Applications

The following is a list of all known applications that at one point used Mozilla technologies or that are no longer being actively maintained.

A list of actively maintained Mozilla-based applications is also available.

Applications that switched to another technology

Name Description Additional Information
Angelsoft Tools for Startups, VCs, and Angel Investors Switched from XULRunner-based client to a web application
Autodesk Maya 3d modeling tool Switched off of Gecko for help browser in version 8.5
Blam Feed reader Switched to WebKit in version 1.8.6
Boxee Media center software Switched to WebKit in version 1.0
Epiphany Browser Switched from Gecko to Webkit
Flock Social browsing Flock switched from being Firefox-based to Chromium-based when it released a new beta on June 16, 2010
Jolicloud web operating system As of March 2010, RW/W reports Jolicloud is on Chrome/Chrome OS
Joost TV over Internet Switched from XULRunner-based client to a web application
Liferea News aggregator Switched to WebKit in version 1.6
ManyOne Browser Browser Originally Mozilla-based but now I believe the have a web-based tool (need reference for that)
Miro (formerly Democracy Player) Video Switched from XULRunner to WebKit in version 3.0.2
Moblin Browser Browser When Moblin became Meego it switched from a custom Gecko-based browser to Chrome
Nautilus File manager Hasn't used Mozilla code since version 2.0
Raptr client Gaming client Was a XULRunner app initially but now uses Adobe AIR
Rift Technologies Software installation over Internet No longer using Mozilla technology -- need confirmation and details
Second Life Virtual world desktop client Switched from embedded Mozilla browser to a plugin architecture with a qtwebkit plugin

Applications that are no longer being developed

Name Description Additional Information
Aphrodite Browser Inactive
AOL client for Mac Internet software No longer available
Beonex Communicator Internet software Last news item on site from 2004
Chameleon Theme builder Inactive
Civil Netizen P2P file delivery (email attachment replacement) Site not updated since 2006
CompuServe client Internet software No longer available
DocZilla SGML/XML/HTML browser Last release on site from July 2005
Fabula Language learning application Inactive
Galeon Browser Last news item on site from September 2006
GencatRSS RSS reader Domain switched over to domain parking service
Ghostzilla Browser Archived version of Ghostzilla site from 2005
HomeBase Desktop Operating environment for Internet computers No longer available
HP Printer Assistant Printer utility Hall of Fame page mentions that this used an embedded version of Mozilla at some point but I can't find reference to current status (may still be using Mozilla code?)
ICEbrowser Java browser SDK Uses Mozilla Rhino --EOL'ed in 2009
(jin'sync) office app launcher Download page last updated on 12/21/06
Kylix Compiler and integrated development environment Borland discontinued this product. Old article available about How Borland embedded Mozilla in Kylix 2
Mango IM client Last news item on site from January 2007
MobiDVD DVD/VCD/CD ripping software Site down
Mozilla Suite Internet application suite Development shifted to Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey applications
Netscape Navigator Browser Support for Netscape ended on February 1, 2008
NVU Web authoring tool Development stopped in 2005 and is being continued as an unofficial bugfix release by the KompoZer project
Pogo browser from AT&T Site no longer accessible as of May 2009
Pyro Desktop Desktop environment Last news item on site from July 2007
Script Editor Editor Inactive
SkipStone GTK+ browser Last news item on site from February 2008
Xabyl Visual XBL editor Inactive
XULPlayer media player Last project update on 3/14/09
Zoomcreator Photo collage tool On April 29, 2010 the site announced Zoomara was shutting down. The authoring part of this app was XulRunner based.

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