Mozilla today released Firefox 57 a.k.a Firefox Quantum. Based on a completely overhauled core and a revamped design, Firefox Quantum has been built from the ground up to deliver a speedy browsing experience while consuming a limited amount of resources. Mozilla is calling Quantum the biggest update to the browser since its original release in 2004.
In March, Mozilla had launched its iOS Beta Program for its highly anticipated Firefox app. If you couldn’t join the beta program, then we’ve some good news. Mozilla has finally released Firefox browser app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch in the App Store.
Back in December, Mozilla had announced it will bring its popular Firefox web browser to iOS.
If you were eagerly waiting for it then we’ve some good news, Mozilla has started rolling out a preview version of its Firefox browser for iPhone and iPad for testing. The browser is available currently only in New Zealand.
In December of 2014, it was confirmed that Mozilla had plans to bring its Firefox web browser to iOS. For some, the wait was almost over.
Last December, Mozilla confirmed it had caved in and finally decided to develop an iOS version of its popular Firefox browser. It isn’t quite ready for its App Store debut yet, but those with jailbroken devices are already using the beta and giving us a glimpse at how it works.
The biggest video platform on the web is finally ditching Flash. YouTube has announced that all videos will now load in HTML5 by default when you watch them in a number of popular browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
Mozilla finally plans to launch its Firefox browser for iOS, according to a statement made by Firefox VP Jonathan Nightingale at an internal Mozilla event.