Here’s Microsoft Edge Vs Google Chrome Vs Firefox web browser battery life test on Windows 10 to see which one comes out on top.
The wait is over. You can now download final version of Mozilla Firefox web browser for iOS on your iPhone or iPad right now!
Here's how to install Firefox OS 2.5 Developer Preview experimental app on your Android device to experience and test drive Firefox OS.
Mozilla has just flipped the switch on the first public preview version of Firefox web browser for iOS. Mozilla first announced Firefox for Apple's iOS in December last year. It was followed up by a beta release to a select few testers in May this year.
While all of the attention has probably rightly been on Microsoft's release of Windows 10, the problem following the upgrade to Microsoft's latest operating system is that some of your apps can look a little out of place. While Microsoft has shipped its new browser, Edge, alongside the much maligned Internet Explorer, some people still want a new and updated version of their favourite third-party browser instead. The folks at Mozilla know that, which is why they just released Firefox 40, a newly updated Firefox that's all ready for Windows 10.
It wouldn't be too harsh to say that Mozilla's entry into the world of the smartphone hasn't been the kind of huge success that its fans may have hoped. Firefox OS is, at this point, barely relevant to a market that is dominated by Android and iOS. If Microsoft can only hope to make up the numbers, how can anyone expect Firefox OS to compete?
The first beta of Firefox for Windows 8 Touch has just been made public, and if you happen to be an owner of the Microsoft Surface, Lenovo IdeaPad Touch, or any other such device, you will definitely want to be testing this one out. As ever, much attention to detail has been paid by Mozilla, creator of the famed Firefox browser, and even though it's just a beta and thus, will be expected to harbor some imperfections, it certainly does take full advantage of Windows 8's unique functionality. Full details, as well as information on how to download the beta for your device, can be seen after the fold.
In its efforts to remain relevant in light of Google Chrome's emergence over the past couple of years, Mozilla has continued to pump out the updates to its famed Firefox browser. Today brings another fleet of new features and improvements to the major desktop platforms as well as Android, capped off with an ever-so-slight alteration to the logo. Details after the break.