Firefox for Android Beta has been around for quite some time already, and this time round, Firefox for Android Beta will see the introduction of a powerful set of customization features that will certainly be a boon to users and developers alike. In a nutshell, the new features would remain unique to Firefox for Android Beta, and users would be able to take advantage of additional personalization options as well as gain an even greater amount of control over their Web experience.

For starters, users can now customize their home screen pages in order to check out the Web content of their choice, pulling data from a slew of websites, feeds and services. In fact, it will also be able to handle the likes of Instagram, Pocket, Vimeo and Wikipedia, now how about that?

Being able to pick and choose the kind of home screen page that appears as the default, you can also re-order pages, hide unwanted pages or opt to hide the entirety of pages, it is really up to you to enjoy a whole, clean new tab experience. Another feature in Firefox for Android Beta would let you switch between languages in a snap without having to go through the hassle of restarting the browser, now how about that for convenience? This feature paves the way for 54 language options in Firefox for Android Beta. [Press Release]

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