Firefox for Android Beta
by: Mozilla • 192.6K
Speaking of old dogs: Firefox has a good pocket version to offer. Its cross-platform nature make Firefox for Android almost mandatory if you are already a desktop user. However, Firefox has much more to offer than just tab and bookmark sync. Starting from a polished and neat interface with a handy tab management and a ridiculous amount of features including incognito mode, full html5 support, add-ons and built-in phishing and malware protection.
It doesn't offer data compression mode though which results in poorer speed compared to other browsers. However, the differences are in many cases so trifling that doesn't turn into a big concern. Especially given all the other benefits of choosing Firefox as your default browser.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Aug 27, 2014
Help refine and polish the newest features almost ready for prime time. With Firefox Beta, you get to test the latest performance, customization and security enhancements before they make it to our next version.
Have an impact by helping to put the finishing touches on features and functionality.
**We need your help testing Intel x86 Atom based devices! If you have an Intel x86 Atom based device, download Firefox Beta and tell us what you think.**
Find a bug? Report it at http://mzl.la/android_bugs.
Want to know more about the permissions Firefox requests? http://mzl.la/Permissions
See our list of supported devices and latest minimum system requirements at https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/mobile/platforms/.
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