Following a series of beta updates, Firefox 19 for Android devices has finally made it to the official Google Play Store, and is now available for download for handsets powered by at least a 600MHz ARMv6 processor.
Previously, the mobile browser was available with a minimum CPU requirement of 800MHz, but the new flavor offers support for a lot more handsets than before.
“Firefox for Android is now available to more Android devices with ARMv6 processors, bringing a better Web experience to almost 15 million more phones. This includes popular phones like LG Optimus One, T-Mobile myTouch 3G slide, HTC Wildfire S and ZTE R750,” Mozilla announced.
Additionally, the app comes with support for themes, which was introduced in the beta release, as well as for Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese localizations, and with various bug fixes and enhancements.