Firefox for Android Updated, Brings Performance and Stability Improvements, Flash Support and More
The Firefox browser for Android, which has been in beta for quite a long time, has received a major update today and is no longer in beta, thanks to some major new features and performance improvements.
Mozilla is claiming that the new Firefox beats the stock Android 4.0 browser in loading pages, with many users confirming the same. Flash support has also been added, along with bug fixes and stability fixes. Also, the interface of the browser has received an overhaul, with the start page now showing your top sites and also some recommended add-ons.
Here’s the full list of changes:
- Flash support (except for non-ICS Tegra 2 phones)
- Redesigned user interface
- Significant performance advancements
- New start page
- Updated minimum system requirements to Android 2.2+ for optimized experience
As you can see, it’s quite a major update for Firefox and brings much-needed performance and stability improvements. Follow the link below to download the newly updated Firefox. Try it out, and let us know your thoughts on it, in the comments below.