Many internet users are familiar with the Mozilla Firefox browser. The browser is developed and offered by the Mozilla community, which aims to deliver a robust product which promotes free access and open standards. Now, Firefox Beta 67.0 came out with bug fixes and improvements.
The project is backed by two entities, the Mozilla Foundation, and Mozilla Corporation. The initiative promotes several products, including the Firefox web browsers, a Firefox OS system for smartphones and the Thunderbird e-mail client.
While not as popular as Google Chrome the Firefox web browser is used by millions of people from all over the world. Below you can find some of its features.
- Developed for the user – Firefox for Android was designed with users in mind, and it strives to deliver the best features possible.
- Search faster and smarter – The app will anticipate your needs and offer several search suggestions, including past results.
- A focus on privacy – Browse the internet without needing to worry about your privacy. The Private Browsing mode features advanced tracking protection which can block webpages from monitoring your activity.
- Easy to use – The intuitive interface and numbered tabs are quite enjoyable. Users have the option to open a large number of tabs and switch between them at any time.
- Personalization – Adapt the browser to suit your needs with the help of a robust selection of add-ons which bring new features and additional functionalities.
- Sharing is caring – Use the available share option to send exciting content to your family and friends.
Firefox Beta 67.0 for Android rolled out with fixes and improvements
There are several versions of the app on the Google Play Store. The regular one is a stable build which works as expected and is recommended for most users. Those who wish to test new features before they are released via the regular version have the option to download the new Firefox Beta 67.0 for Android.
The new Firefox Beta 67.0 for Android comes with bug fixes and improvements for performance. Keep in mind that the beta app isn’t always stable and it is not recommended as a default browser. The latest version aims to test performance across devices which use Intel X86 Atom processors.