Two Firefox betas focus on media: enabling video streams to Chromecast and Roku via Android-based mobile devices and creating a free in-browser competitor to Skype on desktops.
A key feature in the latest beta for Android users expands the ways you can customize and tweak the home screen.
Mozilla's biggest browser remake since 2011, with a new interface and easier customization, begins to push away from the gate as Firefox 29 moves to beta.
As the stable version of Firefox gets additional social features, the lesser-used Beta finally gets a Windows 8 touch screen-friendly interface and Firefox for Android updates, too.
The latest Firefox for Android beta focuses on developer tools, but one could have big ramifications by turning the browser's homepage into a platform called Firefox Hub.
Flat design is in, including the new Firefox logo. Meanwhile, the beta version of the Android browser picks up some helpful usability features.
Mozilla preps Firefox for plug-in free, real-time communications in the browser.
Mozilla preps the beta version of Firefox for Android with security and usability features, while the dev build of desktop Firefox for Linux finally gets H.264 support.
The latest versions of Firefox Beta and Firefox Beta for Android come with the ability to browse privately on a per-window and per-tab basis, among other improvements.
The desktop version of Mozilla's browser beta is shunting Adobe's PDF plug-in aside, and the Android version works on 15 million more smartphones.