May 23rd, 2011

The folks at Mozilla have published a new beta for Firefox 5. Enhancements include Do Not Track mode, which allows you to opt-out of behavioral tracking. They’ve also made several enhancements to improve performance, such as panning speed and CSS3 animations, as well as overall speed improvements in webpage loading. And with today’s release, they’ve put the beta in the Android market.

Instead of going to their site, downloading the .APK file, transferring it and installing it manually, you can now just download the beta version in the Android market and get the latest and greatest versions as soon as they’re available. Note that this version will be ahead of their stable release in terms of features and improvements, but everything might not work as it should as it’s considered experimental. Consider that warning and grab it in the Android market.