Mozilla just released a new beta for Firefox for Android, aimed at improving the browsers speed and performance. The list of changes are as follows:
- Now faster than stock Android browser
- Reduced installation memory usage
- Stability improvements
- Fixed keyboard bugs
- Improved zooming readability
It's definitely a work in progress, but we're getting closer and closer to the final product. Hit the break for a video of some of the beta's highlighted features. [Mozilla Firefox Blog]
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