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Mozilla Firefox Launches a New Beta Version for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android Users

by onJuly 16, 2015

Mozilla Firefox launched a brand new beta version (version 39) for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android Users. Some prominent additions to the browser embrace associate choice invite others to Firefox greeting chats exploitation social networks like greeting URLs via social networks, smoother animation and scrolling on mac OS X, and also the ability to stick Android writing board content into editable web page.

Mozilla will not break out the exact numbers for Firefox, though the company says “half a billion people around the world” use the browser. In other words, it’s a major platform that Web developers aim that too in a world which is dominated by mobile apps.

You can currently link your greeting account to Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn with Firefox greeting sharing. People who click on the link are able to begin a talk with you in Firefox greeting. Moreover, Project Silk brings higher animation and scrolling to OS X, and Safe Browsing malware detection will currently be downloaded for OS X and UNIX.

Mozilla Firefox 39 for the desktop is out there for transfer currently on Firefox.com, and every one existing users ought to be able to upgrade to that mechanically. As always, the Android version is trickling out slowly on Google Play.

In order to use the new sharing possibility, you’ll have to be compelled to add your social networks by visiting Services for Firefox, clicking on every service you wish to feature, then touch the Activate currently button. After that, you’ll be able to share links like first click the Firefox hello button to make a voice communication, then within the voice communication window, click Share Link and choose a social network on the list and subsequently log in to your social network if prompted and post the link.

When someone clicks the shared link, they’ll see a window where they can “Join the conversation.” Your Firefox Hello button will turn blue when they join.

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