Mozilla announced today the availability of its Firefox for Android browser for a slew of new devices including the HTC Status, HTC ChaCha, Samsung Galaxy Ace, Motorola Fire XT, LG Optimus Q and many more.
Before today, Mozilla’s mobile browser only supported devices utilizing an ARMv7 processor.
Like any other aspect of life the internet is awash with hype. And snake oil salesmen. It’s lure exceed the benefits those spam e-mails promise that inundate your inbox with offers of little blue pills to reach those parts of your anatomy other chemicals just can’t reach. However, sometimes the hype is not just, well, hype.
Unityfox is a firefox extension to add a download progress bar and active downloads count to the Firefox icon on the launcher in Unity.
See the effect:
To install this plugin, use your firefox browser to open: addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/unityfox/.
Click ‘Add to Firefox’ and it takes effect without restart firefox.
DownThemAll-A Download Manager extension for
With today's updates, September 11th, Canonical upgraded the default web browser to Mozilla Firefox 15.0.1, in all its supported Ubuntu operating systems. The new version, Mozilla Firefox 15.0.1, is here to fix the Private Browsing mode issue which was not working properly in the Mozilla Firefox 15.0 version, allowing users to find visited sites in browser's cache.
A couple of days back, we reported that Firefox 5.0 was available ahead of its scheduled release date in Mozilla’s FTP server. Well, today it has landed in the firefox-next PPA that Mozilla maintains for early adopters.
The new Mozilla Firefox 4.0 is now available for download. For Ubuntu users, you can now switch to this stable version of Firefox 4. Mozilla Firefox 4 gets many improvements especially in security and speed term. You can download the new Firefox 4 for Linux from this link.