Beyond that, the upgrade brings new compatibility with the Google Now Search widget, meaning searches should automatically open in the Firefox browser without fail. Finally, Mozilla has proudly exclaimed that Firefox is now the first mobile browser with Safe Browsing mode enabled.
Other changes and fixes have been made that most of us might not care about from the standpoint of a typical user. Support for the window.devicePixelRatio DOM has been added, better fonts support is in tow, Mozilla has fixed the browser’s tendency to load insecure elements on secure pages and more.
You can find more details regarding today’s upgrade over at the release notes page if you want. If you don’t want to go through all that trouble, though, just head to the Google Play Store and initiate the free download.
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