The wait is over.
Today, Mozilla has announced the availability of Firefox 25 Final, which appears to be a pretty minor release, considering the changes.
The only two new things are: Web Audio support and readjusted find bar that is no longer shared between tabs. That’s pretty much it. Obviously, Firefox 25 also includes some security and other fixes as well as few things for developers but these are not exactly exciting changes.
For a complete list, see the following page.
Firefox 25 Final
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