When it comes to browsing the web, there are dozens of choices of browsers you can make.
Let’s face it, you can’t just stick to your device’s built-in web browser, especially when you own an Android. Or at least, that’s not necessarily the best choice.
In the browser world, two prominent names stand out from the crowd – Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
Mozilla offers a multitude of mobile browsers. Firefox Lite is an Android browser that used to be known as “Firefox Rocket” for a while.
First of all, the browser looks excellent! It doesn’t have theme options, but you wouldn’t feel the need for them.
Firefox Lite’s night mode isn’t just a change in the color scheme.
You can modify its night mode brightness.
The app’s nav/options/tools menu is placed at the bottom part of the app, making navigation easier for phones with big screens.
Firefox has an embedded Turbo Mode that boosts the browser’s speed.
In that mode, it blocks ads on webpages, thus improving speed.
It also has a feature to block images, loading only text from websites to save data and speed up the experience.
With Firefox Lite, you can take screenshots differently. A regular screenshot will capture only what’s visible on the screen. However, Firefox captures the entire website, making it easier to save information for later.
The app reached version 2.5.2(20647).
With each new update, Mozilla either adds new features to the browser or fixes any of the problems it occasionally manifests.
We recommend keeping your browser updated at all times so that you don’t miss out on the latest features. Make sure that you get updates only from reliable sources like Google Play!