Firefox Beta for Android has just been updated to version 24 and now is available on Google Play, ready to be tested with some new improvements, just days after being released version 23 stable, with many improvements and new, as new support for WebRTC, and new languages, Swedish included.
Firefox Beta for Android – Description:
Help refine and polish the newest features almost ready for prime time. With Firefox Beta, you get to test the latest performance, customization and security enhancements before they make it to our next version. Have an impact by helping to put the finishing touches on features and functionality.
**We need your help testing ARMv6 and Intel x86 Atom based devices! If you have an ARMv6 or Intel x86 Atom based device, download Firefox Beta and tell us what you think. **
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Firefox Beta for Android v24 – Changelog:
- Enabled support for WebRTC
- Ability to share open tabs between NFC-enabled phones
- Easy access to your favourite share application from main menu
- Added support for Braille, Popup announcements, Door hangers retain focus and a lot more for TalkBack users
- Better night reading experience with Night mode functionality in Reader
- Added Swedish, British and Catalan support
Firefox Beta for Android is available for free on Google Play.
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