Good news to folks who are paranoid about surfing websites while using their own phones – Firefox for Android beta now has the function to surf the web privately (or incognito for you Chrome users) – a feature not found in most mobile browsers at the moment. If you have friends who always use your phone to check their Facebook accounts or web email, they’ll be glad to know you have this option to keep their surfing endeavors private.
The new Firefox beta that was just released today about a month after it was first released and we gotta say it’s progressing pretty quickly. I guess it does help that Firefox has been in development for desktop computers for quite some time now, and the experienced folks at Mozilla are probably finding it a breeze to quickly bring the mobile browser up to the same level as the desktop version. Head over to the Android Market to download the latest version of Firefox Beta now.
How many of you use Firefox beta on Android, and what do you think of it so far?
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