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.
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.
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 is now available on KaiOS, the feature phone operating system. It is not available on JioPhone though.
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
The Chromium-based Microsoft Edge would have full support for Chrome extensions. This means that the users should be able to install and use existing Chrome extensions with the Edge browser without any compatibility issue.
Servo is a Mozilla-backed project to develop a new browser rendering engine. It is written in Mozilla’s own Rust programming language, and designed for both application and embedded use.
How to reopen the recently closed tabs in Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox and other web browsers?
Mozilla is working on a new exciting feature coming soon to Firefox on desktop and mobile platforms, which would serve compressed and optimized data to the users through a proxy server similar to Opera Mini, Google Chrome and Amazon’s Silk browser.
Mozilla has proposed a new HTTP Header, prefer: safe, to be send with each web request, which would tell websites about users’ preference to browse in ‘safe mode’.