Mozilla is busy this week with a couple of new agreements and updates. The web browsing giant just created a new search engine agreement with Internet giant, Google. Mozilla also created a new update for its desktop browser, and a new and improved look for Android tablets. The new update is calling for better, faster performance. This all was finalized in just a few months, with no surprise, because of Mozilla’s reputation for not spending too long in the Beta stage. Is the new update good? Let’s take a look at it today. You can also check it out yourself by downloading (Mac, Windows, Android, and Linux).
Optimized for Mac
Firefox 9 is now able to work with your Mac to perform gestures. One gesture includes swipe, allowing you to go through websites like a breeze. This is just like the feature found in Safari. Simply swipe your two fingers to either the left or right to go to the previously viewed website. You may also notice some interface changes to conform with OS X Lion. This allows browsing with multiple monitors more at ease.
Mozilla for Android
Firefox for Android now comes with a drastically new interface design. There is now support for tabs, faster performance, and more. One big addition is the support of cameras within the browser. You can now take a photo without even leaving Firefox. The new updates makes it easier for connecting desktop Firefox with your mobile Firefox, including the ability for improved viewing of history, bookmarks, and other things. Watch the video below to get a better idea of Firefox for Android.
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