For both, PC and Android.
Now here is a double treat for all you Firefox users out there. Instead of a PC release alone, Mozilla has decided to go for an extra mile and publish the final Firefox 19 builds on all the platforms, including Android.
So what’s new? As reported earlier, Firefox 19 for the PC includes a built in PDF reader, startup performance improvements as well as new web standards support.
Firefox 19 for Android in the meantime lowers the minimum CPU requirements (from 800 MHz to 600 MHz) and brings a support for themes.
Firefox 19 Final Changelog
– Built-in PDF viewer
– Canvas elements can export their content as an image blob using canvas.toBlob()
– Startup performance improvements
– Debugger now supports pausing on exceptions and hiding non-enumerable properties
– Remote Web Console is available for connecting to Firefox on Android or Firefox OS (experimental, set devtools.debugger.remote enabled to true)
– There is now a Browser Debugger available for add-on and browser developers (experimental, set devtools.chrome.enabled to true)
– Web Console CSS links now open in the Style Editor
– CSS @page is now supported
– CSS viewport-percentage length units implemented (vh, vw, vmin and vmax)
– CSS text-transform now supports full-width
– Certain valid WebGL drawing operations are incorrectly rejected, leaving incomplete rendering in affected pages
– Starting Firefox with -private flag incorrectly claims you are not in Private Browsing mode
– Plugins stop rendering when the top half of the plugin is scrolled off the top of the page, in HiDPI mode
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