Firefox is among the best free web browsers available for Android devices. Users experience fast browsing and results, while taking benefit of built-in privacy tools to match all personal preferences. This browser was specifically designed to fit people and their requests instead of gaining profit out of it.
The mobile browser for Android gives access to history, top sites and bookmarks at a single touch. It provides adaptable information sharing on social media platforms. It also remembers the most used websites and recent apps to access them faster.
The Home panels can be easily customized with any content so that users can access their favorite websites anytime. Social Media are among the most used online platforms, which is why Firefox is designed to access them directly. In the Home menu users will be able to add bookmarks and check the news feed directly from their browser instead of logging in every time.
Another great feature about Firefox for Android is the fact that users get to customize the Home panels in any order they want, deleting what they think it’s unnecessary and keeping favorites on the front page. For instance, you can add on your Home panel tabs like History, Top sites, Reading List, Bookmarks and Social Media.
Browsing is also a lot improved than on other web browsers. You can set your favorite search engine as default, or you can change it any time. In this way Firefox users can adapt both browser and search engines to their search preferences and privacy needs. In addition, articles can be read and saved easier than before. The Reader View and Reading List will give a nice reading experience even when outside of data coverage, since your favorite articles can be saved for later use.
Since the Mozilla Foundation wants to ensure full personalization for their users, the browser’s language can be easily changed in the Settings menu. You no longer have to change the language on your mobile device or restart the web browser, since these changes apply immediately.
To ensure that users take benefit of the entire web browsing experience, Mozilla gives access to sending any web content or videos from your Android device to any TV. However, you need to ensure that the TV supports streaming and it is equipped with the adequate settings.
|Firefox for Android 68.4.2 Jan 20, 2020|
|Firefox for Android 65.0.1 Mar 15, 2019||
Fixed looping CONNECT requests when using WebSockets over HTTP/2 from behind a proxy server.
Various stability and security fixes.
|Firefox for Android 53.0.2 May 10, 2017||
Fix for issues with Android integration (Bug 1320072)
Right-to-left locales will now display the search bar correctly (Bug 1358089)
Prevent video corruption on affected devices (Bug 1360626)
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