Firefox Updated with Better Performance & Stability, Flash Support, New UI and More
Back in last month Mozilla released the beta version of Firefox web browser for Android, the beta version wasn’t full of bugs and worked fine, it had Adobe’s divisive Flash Player, but users faced bugs in GIF animation, support for CSS pages and online videos. The Mozilla has updated the Firefox to the new version.
The new version brings many features like the flash support, the user interface has been redesigned now, it features better performance advancements, you can now start the new page, the developer also updated the minimum system requirements to the Android 2.2 and above version for the optimized experience, it’ll give you computer-like performance on your Android device. The app also updated with some more support.
The app provides you very fast experience, you can also get access to your desktop browser history, bookmarks, passwords and tabs from anywhere, no matter which Android device you’re using and sync them. You can also customize the security and your privacy with the app.
Firefox lets you to browse your favorite websites with minimal or no typing like just type the one or two alphabets of the site you want browse and you’re ready to go, you have option to customize your browser just the way you like it. The app still has some issues, check the list below of known bugs the app has currently:
Flash not supported on tablets and non-ICS Tegra 2 devices
Galaxy Note stylus issues with keyboard
Find in page not supported
But if you’re fan of the Mozilla Firefox, ignore above minor bugs, you can live without them just install the app and use the world’s fastest browser, yes, the app is available for free, you’re head over to below link to download the new version of Mozilla Firefox web browser:
Mozilla Firefox [Google Play Download Link]