Faster and more secure, with built-in Flash plugin
Mozilla promised something new for Android and we haven't had long to wait – the all-new Firefox browser for Android has just launched.
The browser now packs Flash support, with what's called a 'tap to play' feature. That means Flash content won't play until you tap on an icon, so if you don't want it, the Flash will not run – and will not chew into your data allowance.
Security and privacy are also dealt with in the new browser, this being the first mobile browser to support Do Not Track, while master password support, and HTTP strict transport security are also included.
Also here is a new personalised startup page based on most visited sites, tabbed pages, add-on support and the 'Awesome Screen', which uses Firefox Sync, bringing all of your browsing history, bookmarks, passwords, and form data from the PC to your mobile phone.
Its available to download now from Goolge Play and is compatible with Android OS 2.2 and above.