Mozilla has launched a latest beta version of its Firefox browser for Android, which includes a bunch of new features that pulls it on a par with its desktop counterpart.
The new version of the browser brings the mixed content blocking feature for additional security. This feature narrows the mobile browsing security and protects users from bucket brigade attacks on HTTPS pages.
The app has also got a new feature called guest browsing mode, which protects the primary user’s bookmarks, browsing history, and open tabs, while letting the guest users to use the browsing data that the Private Browsing mode does not save. When other users end their browsing session, automatically the browsing data is erased and the owner’s session is restored.
Furthermore, users are also allowed to set wallpaper images and contact images by just long-pressing any image on the web. In addition, the update also brings Settings menu and support for 3 languages, namely Irish, Ukranian, and Romanian.
Android users can download the latest version of Firefox browser from Google Play Store for free. The app works even with devices running older Android versions, that is from 2.2 and above.
Firefox Beta download link for Android (free)