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  1. Here is what you need to know about the 2020 Firefox for Android upgrade Mozilla is working on a new mobile browser for Android that is called Firefox Preview currently. Firefox Preview is in development at the time of writing and available as Stable, Beta and Preview channel version. While it is in preview, the classic version of Firefox for Android remains the main mobile browser by Mozilla; this is going to change in 2020 when classic Firefox will be migrated to Firefox Preview (which, I suppose, will be renamed to just Firefox then). Important: th
  2. Mozilla adds support for a few more extensions to Firefox Preview In Firefox for Android 68.x, users can pretty much install any add-on but they’re not all designed for mobile and some, therefore, don’t integrate properly. With the new Firefox (Fenix), Mozilla appears to be just letting a few add-ons in at a time that it knows works. So far it has introduced uBlock Origin but now support has been added for NoScript, HTTPS Everywhere, Privacy Badger, Dark Reader, and Search by Image. According to Hentzschel who initially discovered that support for
  3. Firefox Preview 4.0 Stable brings uBlock Origin support Mozilla released Firefox Preview 4.0 on March 9, 2020, the latest stable version of the upcoming re-interpretation of Firefox for Android. The new browser version is only available on the project's GitHub webpage at the time of writing and not on Google Play. The Google Play version is at 3.2.1 currently while the GitHub version brings the version of the mobile browser to 4.0. Users who want to upgrade to the new version of Firefox Preview Stable right away may download the APK file from the releases page and inst
  4. Firefox Preview (Nightly) gets support for one add-on, more should arrive soon It appears as though Mozilla is pushing out a new update for its in-development browser, Firefox Preview (Nightly), that finally brings add-on support. Right now, users will be limited to installing just one add-on: uBlock Origin, but hopefully we won’t have to wait long until other extensions are made available for download. Mozilla has been working since the middle of last year to bring its next-generation Firefox for Android browser up to feature parity with the exis
  5. Mozilla pushes Firefox Preview 5.0 with Picture-in-Picture support Mozilla has released version 5.0 of its Firefox Preview browser, the update comes with a range of new improvements according to the release notes on GitHub. The new update brings support for five new add-ons which we previously wrote about, it introduces support for Progressive Web Apps, adds support for Picture-in-Picture, adds media improvements, supports full screen on devices with notches and cut-outs, and generally improves performance and fixes bugs. The five new add-ons that
  6. Firefox Preview on Android now supports custom search engines Users of Mozilla new Firefox Preview browser for Android will soon be able to select a bigger variety of search engines and add custom search engines. Additionally, users will be able to remove any of the search engines provided by default, which is typical of the customisability we’ve come to expect from Mozilla over the years. The new search engines which have been added were picked due to a number of users requesting them; they include the tree-planting Ecosia, privacy-focused Startpage, Yahoo, Reddit,
  7. An early look at Firefox Preview 3.0 for Android Mozilla released the first beta version of Firefox Preview 3.0 on the project's GitHub home. The beta, which is only available on GitHub and not on Google Play, upgrades the mobile browser for Android to version 3.0. Firefox users who want to test the new browser using a version from Google Play may download the Nightly version instead. Note that Nightly versions are development builds that may be unstable. Mozilla started to work on Firefox Preview, initially known as Fenix, some time ago. We covered t
  8. About:config is blocked in Firefox Preview Stable and Beta Mozilla is working on a new mobile browser for Google's Android operating system. Called Firefox Preview currently, it is available as a preview version right now. As is the case with desktop Firefox, Firefox Preview for Android is available in different editions that differ in terms of stability and development progress. Firefox Preview Stable is the main version that is comparable to Firefox Stable for desktop operating systems. There is also Firefox Preview Beta and Firefox Preview Nightly for Developers.
  9. Fenix, which is a codename, is a new browser for Android by Mozilla that will replace the current Firefox web browser for Android eventually. Fenix is open source and interested users may follow development on the project's GitHub website. Firefox users interested in the new browser could not get it from Google Play up until now; this changed recently with the release of a preview version of the browser called Firefox Preview. Designed for beta testing and feedback, it is available to all Google Play users who sign up to participate in the testing. Firefox Preview is ba
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