Ist ok I really like the add-ons, even if it would be nice to see some more, like WOT or a VPN add-on. But why doesn't Firefox let me open Web pages linked to apps open with the linked apps? this really sucks, because sometimes and can't even find in the app want I found in the browser. EDIT: oh f**k me right it's the little Android icon next to the url. But no more stars because I want it to be done automatically. Performance could be a lot better too.
Awesome, but there is a but Firefox is just great. Waterfox aswell. What do you think about something that no browser has? What do you think about an option to keep the history hidden untill the user uses a password to reveal it? But the browser to show that there exist no history at all, but there to be in an advanced menu an option to check it via a pass ;) you'll make a lot of fans with this, I can bet my car on it
Great app Has good Data saving in the history it doesn't delete what you looked at last it keeps it saved. Also very reliable and fast Great for anytime anywhere when you need to look something up. I also got my fiance to use it he use to only use chrome or safari on a tablet then I showed him Firefox I keep falling fix fire not Firefox lol well that's all I have to say about it hope you like it to bye.
Add Firefox Icon ! I've decided to try Firefox again and the immediate exposure of top sites , tabs, history etc. visited is not what I consider privacy. You guys need to add a Firefox icon logo to cover each selection and click on the icon to reveal each section. For example how the desktop application shows the Firefox logo When selecting home page. This would definitely add a couple of stars.
Chrome who? Slowly but surely Mozilla has built a great Android browser. It is still not as fast as Chrome but real world difference is negligible. Startup time is great now. The tabs view is better at tracking large number of tabs than in Chrome. My favorite feature is where you can click on multiple links in other apps and Firefox accumulates them in notifications and then you can open them all at once. All that without having to browsing history monetized!
So personal Firefox has been my browser for a very long time. With Mozilla being cognisant of web standards and portability I end up having the same experience on mobile and desktop. Then there are extensions which empower me on the web to have a browser that does what I want rather than having to live with whatever default features a browser come with. In short, Firefox reflects me. I love it.
* Add “Show/Hide web fonts” in advanced settings to reduce bandwidth and data
* Add system notification to highlight features on browser update
* This is the last release to support Android Gingerbread
Most private and secure browser in the world. #1 Antivirus engine inside.