A spate of small but important improvements to Firefox on desktops and Android gives you fine-tuning in "private browsing" mode, a new download manager, and multiple changes under the hood.
The new version of Firefox for Android gets several innovative sharing tools, while social chat windows in desktop Firefox can now be "torn off."
Been wondering when Chrome was going to support Apple's Retina Display? Wonder no more. Also, Google throws a few more features into the latest Chrome release.
Mozilla preps Firefox for plug-in free, real-time communications in the browser.
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.
Those with the 2007-era version of Apple's operating system won't be able to use a new version of Chrome due in three months. Also coming to the browser: support for Webcams and gamepads.