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Mozilla launched the latest version of its Firefox browser for Android and desktop today. While the desktop version gets its fair share of minor updates and now sets all plug-ins with the exception of recent Flash versions as

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I have never used Firefox on my Android. Maybe I should give it a try?

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I have never used Firefox on my Android. Maybe I should give it a try?

It's actually rather good, supports addons (including ABP), syncs nicely with the desktop version, etc. Little biased as I never much cared for Chrome to begin with though.

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It's actually rather good, supports addons (including ABP), syncs nicely with the desktop version, etc. Little biased as I never much cared for Chrome to begin with though.

 

I use Chrome on everything so I've never considered trying Firefox, especially since I'm not a fan of it on the desktop.

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I have never used Firefox on my Android. Maybe I should give it a try?

I really like it, mainly because its got the APB extension (I tried the android APB app but I had issues with it, the firefox extension works great though).

 

I also think its mobile UI is a lot better than chrome's (chrome's is basically the same desktop UI smushed down :p)

 

Right now I'm actually using chrome on my desktop and laptop, but firefox on my android devices lol

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It's good, but now I can't find the restore tabs from a previous use link. Before it was right below the page thumbnails and link list.

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Don't know if you found it, but now it's under the history "tab" (Down the bottom, the button has 6 squares on it)

Edit: And even better there's now an option to do that automatically in the settings.

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Go it. Tnx.

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Is there a good free password manager that works with it?

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