When the Mozilla Foundation launched a new beta version of its Firefox web browser, it does not detail: the application is available on all platforms simultaneously compatible for Windows PC, Mac or Linux, and on mobile with Android.
On Android, I do not know if you noticed, but the latest stable version of Firefox is really starting to be efficient and pleasant to use. I for my part installed on my Nexus 7 and on my Galaxy S3 and is a powerful alternative to the original browser, or even Chrome. Even more interesting that Jellybean Firefox for Android supports Flash , unlike the other two browsers mentioned above. Which allows you to surf the "entire" web, including some sites still using Flash (like many sites auto brands).
The new version of Firefox for Android now supports the ARMv6 architecture, which makes it compatible with the browser of nearly 15 million additional mobile as including, inter alia, the LG Optimus One, HTC Wildfire S and ZTE R750.
It is also possible to change the appearance of the browser and personalize it with a few clicks by visiting the dedicated website via their mobile device and then clicking on the 'Personas'. Another new Firefox Integration, which offers the possibility to search with Google Search directly from the home screen of the smartphone.
Side of the new desktop version beta, we note among the new integration of a native PDF viewer that enhances and secures the navigation as users no longer need to resort to external plugins.