Expected in the coming months,
During MWC 2014 conference, Mozilla has announced a number of changes that are coming to its Firefox OS, which are mostly user experience oriented.
For those that want to have the smoothest experience possible, the open source organization rewrote the part of the software that controls panning and scrolling when touch (your finger) is involved. Result? Much more fluid and responsive navigation.
Next, Firefox OS will now predict as you type, meaning that it will make the letter that is likely to be used invisibly larger.
That’s not all though, a number of UI elements have been refined and moved around, to get a better idea on what has changed, see the following post.
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