Select Default Browser on iPhone and iPad

Users can now ditch Safari and choose a third-party browser – like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and DuckDuckGo Privacy Browser – as their default browsing app on iPhones and iPads.

Full Page Screenshots in Chrome and Edge Browsers

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How to capture full page screenshots in Chrome, Edge and other browsers? Google Chrome and other Chromium-based browsers like Microsoft Edge already have a built-in feature to capture screenshots of the entire web page, visible area, or selected area.

Mozilla VPN goes stable, Available on Windows, Android and iOS

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Mozilla has launched its full-fledged VPN application after the limited public beta testing. The Mozilla VPN is now available in United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, and Malaysia. It currently supports Windows, Android, ChromeOS, iOS, and iPadOS platforms.

Firefox Private Network

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Firefox Private Network would be a VPN service available across many platforms including Windows, Chromebooks, Android, iOS and macOS. It would offer servers in 30+ countries, support for up to 5 devices and unlimited bandwidth.

Firefox To End Support For Sideloaded Extensions

Mozilla has announced to end support for sideloaded extensions in Firefox. This is a great security enhancement, and would land to the stable builds of Firefox starting with the version 74 releasing by March 2020.

UC Browser Comes To KaiOS

UC Browser is now available on KaiOS, the feature phone operating system. It is not available on JioPhone though.

Firefox Preview To Support Extensions

Mozilla’s upcoming Firefox Preview browser would support WebExtension APIs based browser extensions on Android platform. GeckoView is a new browser engine being developed by Mozilla with the aim to replace its current browser engine

Chrome Shows Install Button In Omnibox For PWAs

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Recently released stable version of Google Chrome on desktop platforms now shows an install button in the omnibox for Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). With this animated install button, Chrome aims to increase installations of PWAs.