Firefox Revamps Web Browser for Android Devices
Published on: 28th Jul 2014
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The Firefox web browser for Android smartphones has been revamped with a new home screen and sharing features.
The company is also introducing Firefox Accounts to power the enhanced Firefox Sync, so users can synchronize all of their data including passwords, open tabs, form data, history and bookmarks between computers and Android devices.
Firefox for Android - Sync
Users can customize the swipeable History, Top Sites, Bookmarks and Reading List menu of home screen pages and choose which one appears as their default. Users can also hide the pages you don't use regularly or hide them all for a completely clean new tab experience.
New icons now appear on the menu bar for the users two top sharing services including Facebook, Twitter and their email to make it faster for them to share content.
Firefox for Android is now available in more than 30 languages with new languages coming soon.