Firefox 19 Beta For Android Released

By | January 14, 2013

Firefox 19 Beta For Android ReleasedAims for broader audience.

Following Google Chrome, Mozilla too has released a new beta version of its Firefox browser for Android, which includes one important change: a broader support for phones with ARMv6 processors.

According to Mozilla, they have reduced the overall app requirements from 800 MHz to 600 MHz, allowing users with handsets like LG Optimus One, HTC Wildfire S and ZTE R750 to test their bellowed web browser.

In addition to that, Firefox 19 also includes a support for Themes/Personas, which will satisfy even the most hardcore hipsters.

Firefox 19 Beta for Android

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  1. mikeycali says:

    I’ve tried Firefox and Firefox Beta (including this most current version). They still don’t work well with Android. Popular pages like ESPN don’t load properly so you’re forced to use a user agent program like “Phony” to get better, but not good, results. Google instant from the omnibar doesn’t work. It is also slower than Chrome, Stock Browser, and Dolphin. It has a nice user interface though. Still, I’ll be sticking to Chrome with “browser2ram” until something better comes along. Dolphin is fast but the UI isn’t pleasing on the eyes.