Firefox Beta gets improved performance, Flash support, and more
Building a better browser
The guys working on the Firefox Beta browser have responded to user feedback with a host of new updates for the Android smartphone app.
First off, the browser's performance has been given a boost, which should result in faster loading times and improved visual performance.
Mozilla has also given the UI a bit of a tweak in the name of user friendliness, so you will have a new layout - and a new start page - to test drive and report back on.
Finally, Flash support has been added, with the developer of the web browser now acknowledging the prevalance of the video codec, despite Adobe's decision to knock Flash development for smartphones on the head.
It's worth noting that these improvements will only be available on smartphones for the time being, although they will find their way onto Android tablets at a later date.
If you want to participate in the Firefox Beta, you can download it for free from the Google Play Store now.
View the Firefox for Android video below...