Firefox Browser for Android

Firefox Browser for Android

Mozilla’s Firefox browser is one of the most popular web browsers out there. It is used by millions of people around the world thanks to its nice features – functionality, stability and easiness of use.

Now you can enjoy Firefox for Android too – just take a look at Firefox Browser for Android. This app can be installed like any other Android program and it also comes for free like its bigger brother. So just download and install it if you want to have a new Android browser or you are fed up with the one that comes with Android itself.

Firefox for Android works like any other web browser so do not expect miracles out of it. It is a web browser after all. There are some things that we do like though – the browser is fast and works very smoothly and there are tabs to be used too that hide themselves in the upper left corner of the browser interface. All in all we are very satisfied with Firefox for Android and we can easily recommend it to any Firefox and Android fan.

Firefox for Android resides right here on Google Play.

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