Firefox for Android Beta gets new “Home” design
Firefox is receiving a new startup screen redesign which they are now designating as “Home”. The redesign will give users the ability to access their browsing history, bookmarks, top sites, and reading list.
This is all made possible through switchable tiles, which really polishes it up. It almost reminds me of Chrome for Android except you can also change your search engine provider from Bing, Yahoo!, and Google.
Along with other tweaks for performance and what not, the new update is a welcome to users who enjoy using Firefox. If you haven’t downloaded it, go out there and check it out, here, you won’t be disappointed.
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