After numerous updates for the beta version of Firefox, Mozilla released a new stable iteration of Firefox for Android.
The new version comes with lots of security fixes, which are detailed here. In addition, a handful of new features and improvements have been added as well. Check out below the complete list of changes included in this update:
- New: Per-tab private browsing;
- New Gingerbread and Honeycomb support for H.264/AAC/MP3 hardware decoders;
- New: Top Sites in about:home are now customizable;
- Changed: The 'Quit' menu item has been removed from Firefox versions running on ICS and higher to follow Android convention. When done browsing just tap Home or Back. Use the QuitNow add-on if you want more control;
- Changed: System requirements have been lowered to 384MB of RAM and QVGA displays;
- Developer: Continued implementation of draft ECMAScript 6 - clear() and Math.imul;
- HTML5: < canvas > now supports blend modes;
- HTML5: Various < audio > and < video > improvements;
- Fixed: hide virtual keyboard when bookmarks list is opened;
- Fixed: Black area near tabs button after the URL bar is animated;
- Fixed: Tablets - home tab thumbnails may appear cut off;
- Fixed: Security fixes.
Firefox 20.0 is now available as a free download via Google Play Store and it should be fully compatible with all devices running Android 2.0 and up. Check it out here.