Firefox is a web browser created by Mozilla team and characterized by its compatibility with all Operating Systems, speed, number of add-ons and reliability.
Although it's one of the veteran web browsers out there, each new version of Firefox comes loaded with lots of new features and it means good news for web users.
We can say Chrome and Opera are its rivals and this time Firefox has offered lots of reasons to use it and enjoy surfing the Internet.
Tabbed browsing, smart address bar, minimalist interface, application tabs, grouped tabs, recently closed tabs recovery, preference synchronization and much more.
Furthermore, the gallery of add-ons is extremely large and you can find anything there, so we recommend you to install this latest version of Firefox 4 and enjoy the Internet in a safer and better way.
Android browser comparison: September 2016
It was May of this year when we did our last comparison of browsers for Android. But given the great leaps forward recently among the big-name browsers, now is a good time to revisit the subject with a faceoff between the four most popular browser apps: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, UC Browser, and Opera. In particular, we're going to analyze RAM use, opening speed, and compatibility, among other stats of interest.
Browser comparison: 2016 Android edition
Every year we do a comparison here on the blog among what we deem to be the best desktop browsers. Now the time has come to do the same thing but for smartphone apps. We're going to proceed by measuring the RAM consumption, opening speed, and compatibility of a handful of the more popular Android browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera Browser, UC Browser, and Dolphin Browser.
Firefox 42 includes tools to prevent tracking your browsing
Private web browsing is an ever-growing obsession thanks to the continual tracking scandals coming out involving big telecoms and the government itself. Now Firefox has jumped on the bandwagon, adding a Do Not Track open to version 42 of its browser to block any web element that tries to track your browsing habits.