Firefox Beta for Testers MODDED 2022


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Firefox is faster than ever and gives you a powerful web browser that protects your privacy. Keep what’s personal private with Enhanced Tracking Protection, which automatically blocks over 2000 online trackers from invading your privacy. With Firefox, you don’t have to dig in your privacy settings, everything is set up automatically, but if you like to be in control, you can choose from the many ad blocker add-ons available for the browser. We designed Firefox with smart browsing features that let you take your privacy, passwords, and bookmarks with you safely wherever you go.

Firefox gives you greater privacy protection while you’re on the web. Block third-party cookies and unwanted ads that follow you around the web with Enhanced Tracking Protection. Search in Private Browsing mode and you won’t be traced or tracked — your private browsing history is automatically erased when you’re done.

– Add Firefox across your devices for secure, private and seamless browsing.
– Sync your devices to take your favorite bookmarks, saved logins and browsing history wherever you go.
– Send open tabs between mobile and desktop.
– Firefox makes password management easy by remembering your passwords across devices.
– Take your internet life everywhere, knowing that your personal data is safe, never sold for profits.

– Firefox anticipates your needs and intuitively provides multiple suggested and previously-searched results across your favorite search engines. Every time.
– Easily access shortcuts to search providers including Wikipedia, Twitter and Amazon.

– Your privacy has been upgraded. Private Browsing with Tracking Protection blocks parts of Web pages that may track your browsing activity.

– Open as many tabs as you like without losing track of your open Web pages.

– Spend your time reading your favorites sites instead of looking for them.

– The Firefox web browser makes it easy to share links to web pages or specific items on a page by connecting to your most recently used apps like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp, Skype and more.

– Send video and Web content from your smartphone or tablet to any TV equipped with supported streaming capabilities.

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40 comentarios en "Firefox Beta for Testers MODDED 2022"

  1. Ryan Redd dice:

    Just as a reminder to anyone who doesn’t understand what a beta is: it’s a TEST build. It’s not meant to be entirely trusted to be completely stable. Keep that in mind and download the non-beta if your having THAT many issues. In my case I’ve not had any unusual issues with the beta builds. Happy with most of the changes that have been made since major updates. Always innovative and trying new things. The extension support has expanded greatly! Recommend if you tire of default options.

  2. Soul is the best browser. But that’s after you set it up. Out of the box, this is the better browser. It does have some UI issues and oddities, especially when using it fast and it does use too much battery life for some reason, but sensible options, and add ons out of the box make up for it. I would like to see the UI worked on even more, a sensible incognito mode that lets YOU choose if you want the data saved (but separate) like you can on Soul browser, and maybe a inbuilt vpn like others.

  3. Juan R. dice:

    It’s a sad state to see Firefox so watered down. Some years ago Mozilla went through a redesign state of FF4A to make it faster. At first it had several options like being able to save webpages for offline access be it text (built-in reader), take a full-page screenshot or save as .pdf (collections is no a replacement for these, not at all) among other useful settings. Today Firefox for Android is but a webviewer w/ bookmark and sync capabilities. The whole world isn’t always connected.

  4. Brian K dice:

    It’s now much noticeably faster. We can also organize our bookmarks, yay! Private browsing is also well done. Now the bad. The user friendly tabs are gone, it is now much more time intensive to organize and flip between them. Extensions are gone. I’m sure they’ll resurface eventually as developers get onboard, but I’m already missing them. We can listen to audio with the screen off again without an add-on (provided it is not YouTube). Unfortunately, it cuts off after a couple of minutes

  5. None None dice:

    Despise the new update! I loved having all my tabs across the top of the browser. I like to read a lot of web comics and other media. I’ll have over 30 tabs open at a time and it was so easy to just swipe back and forth to see my tabs. Now I have to hit the damn tab box then scroll… yeah, that’s better!!! Let’s add a step to something that was simple. Even worse, you don’t have a choice to go back to the previous version. Now it opens on a collection page, then you have to hit the tab box…

  6. Billy P dice:

    After the last update, I’m just disappointed. Firefox is completely watered down. Most of the settings are missing, almost all of the “about:” pages are missing, about:addons is just a static list of your addons with no way to access their settings, half or more of the options in the main menu are missing. I’m really hoping there’s just something wrong with my install, and that this isn’t systemic.

  7. s t dice:

    Improving, THANKS. The “Add-Ons” menu item needs to be moved UP on the list. I use it very often & it’s always off the bottom of the display. Good that tabs are synching now. More desirable extensions need to be ported. Can’t find development roadmap. There should be an explanation of why it was so important to make this comprehensive redesign. It feels like it was forced on the world with no justification for so much change

  8. Wow, worse version yet. Less options to customize. No add-ons. I don’t see a way to password protect saved passwords. I know this is a beta but how about also a “classic” version that would retain basic features FireFox has had for years? Also, it would be great to be able to return to previous version when we update and don’t like new version k

  9. Love the collections, bottom navigation, and the ways tabs were laid out on above the collections. Minimal, informative, but not intrusive. However, this new feature with the new tabs on a separate window of blank white boxes on the left is abysmal. It’s clunky, not attractive, and nowhere near as intuitive. It just feels messy. I’d love to just go back to the (still new) minimal tabs above the collections. At least provide an option on what style you want.

  10. Gonna be honest, I didn’t wake up today wanting to learn the intricacies of a new app just to check the news. Didn’t want to have to have all of the muscle memory that makes browsing fast, suddenly become completely wrong and different and slow…… But, that said. I love Firefox. I appreciate the speed of development, and the focus on privacy. I love that there are multiple versions, so if this one’s unstable I can use Nightly, and with my synced account not loose anything (other than time).

  11. So different it makes navigation a nightmare. If not corrected, I will soon be ready to abandon this for Google Chrome or some competitor. Very non-inuitive, just like responsive design has become, functional, but too hard to re-learn what has been gratuitously changed, because some programmer thought it looked cooler. It makes me want to stop trying the beta. I can’t even revert intuitvely. I hate it.

  12. Not a fan of the Pocket stuff on the homepage now, but at least it looks nice and (more importantly) can be disabled. Likewise, the “Inactive Tabs” feature is a decent way to keep focus, but a fully featured “tab grouping” feature where the user can create their own groups would be better. I know Nightly is trying to automate this process, but it’s not particularly intuitive. Still, the base browser is still decent, and if I ever need to disable “Inactiy Tabs” I can do so easily.

  13. I don’t like the changes. I liked it the way it was before updates I got on 4/23/2020. A lot of tools I use disappeared with the changes made. Especially, print and Save as PDF. I do a lot of research and want to save items as documents for writing up research results, etc. The changes you made don’t save the document as anything! Can’t highlight, annotated, or notate a blasted thing for my research notes. I’ve gone back to plain Jane Firefox and hope you don’t change her.

  14. So much better than chrome, but one thing that drives me crazy is if you’re searching Google images and you click an image and want to save it to your phone, you can’t just hold and save, you have to go to the website it’s linking to, and then hold and save. Same for the normal Firefox app too, and it means I can’t delete chrome from my phone because I still have to use it if I’m needing a bunch of images at once

  15. The biggest turn off is the fact that they merged the original home page with the pinned pages and the tab browser together. Also when you open a new page you automatically start searching inside of getting the option to do something like open history or bookmarks. The only thing that they seem to have done correctly is that the app seems more responsive than the original but, I would rather have the slow original than this.

  16. I got the regular, non-Beta version of this browser shortly after getting my new phone and thought I’d try out the Beta because I enjoy Firefox on other platforms. So far it’s stable and runs well, but the sync options are lacking (surprisingly so, because iOS and desktop have many more sync options). Collections is exclusive to Android and yet I couldn’t bring those over from the non-Beta browser. I don’t want to transfer them over one-by-one yet, so I think I’ll pass on this one for now.

  17. Love the app! The only issue is that it sometimes (very rarely) crashes. The sites are saved, but it can be inconvenient to happen; though I understand it that this happens because this is the Beta. Otherwise, I love that it allows for very useful extensions. If I could I’d give 4.5/5 stars. Highly reccommended.

  18. I can’t find a single new useful feature in this update. Be sure to visit data settings to restore your preferences because this update decided to change many of your old settings. The default has been set to allow data sharing for marketing purposes. The default search engine has been set to Google. Saving page as pdf is gone. Support provides solution of “yes, it’s gone. Wait and see if it comes back in future updates”..Still finding deficiencies. Seems like Mozilla has lost its way.

  19. Danny M dice:

    Webpages are cached and are usually reloaded from that cache when the app is restarted, which can be slow and can show outdated information. Otherwise, I find the browser pretty snappy. In terms of features, I enjoy the new tablet mode interface! Pull down to refresh still hasn’t been implimented, however. There is currently an allowlist of extensions, and the allowlist hasn’t changed for a while. I enjoy using this browser for the most part.

  20. It’s ok. For me, the biggest flaw is the new way tabs are handled. It now takes more keystrokes to do anything in this browser. Popups are hidden unless you click on the little numerical tab thing. My wife didn’t even know she had over 70 tabs open until I told her how it worked. It’s simply not intuitive at all. Please believe, I’m all for improvements, and I’m sure there are many underlying in this browser, but who cares if it’s a pain to use.

  21. Best browser I’ve ever used. I use Firefox on all my devices and would highly recommend it. Fast, secure, and reliable. Very easy to set up, user friendly interface, and incredible personalization. I love that it has a built in qr scanner in the search bar. Also very easy and intuitive to navigate.

  22. Works great but one issue is when sites have large pop-ups in page, it is hard to find the x to close. Often the large pop up will cover the page & it is hard, if not impossible, to move the page to manipulate the size of either. I end up copying the website to another browser to finish my navigation. Other than that I love it!

  23. Updated to latest v75.0.0-beta.6, and it’s very disappointing. Some very useful features have been removed, like holding back button to open navigation history list and visual previews in tab view. Tab view is now just a vertical list of text descriptions, which hardly useful. Don’t really see anything that differentiates Firefox from other browsers now.

  24. I don’t mind that Mozilla wants to apply their desktop experiences to a mobile browser. But they really need to keep in mind the gui design. Realistically have your thumbs for a majority of the time on the bottom half of your phone. That makes it irritating when you have to press something on the top of the phone to access things like bookmarks(which I use frequently). I hope that something gives because I’ve been using Firefox for at least half my life.

  25. Great App. Used for years. I really like that it stores your login information if you want it to, and it does it correctly. I also downloaded the partner app for it, Mozilla Lockwise, it keeps all of your logins saved in your Mozilla account across all of your devices as long as your logged in to both apps. It was a little finicky at first, but it seems to have worked out the kinks.

  26. I love this browser, however there are a few issues. 1: I want to permanently enable the request desktop site option, but sadly the browser doesn’t support that. 2: I would like sidebar swipe features to get to bookmarks and other tools/shortcuts faster, for when I’m already in a site and don’t want to press menu at the top of the screen.

  27. It might be more stable, not sure. The new UI for managing tabs is pretty hellish. After a couple updates Firefox had what I thought was the best interface for managing tabs. Now hands down the worst. I don’t recommend. Moving to Vivaldi mobile browser. Will be checking in every now and then to see when the fix will be rolling out.

  28. The new Firefox is absolutely headed in the right direction. I’ve been using Preview (now Firefox Beta) as my primary browser for months and it’s awesome. However, like usual they still leave Marketing, Experiments, and Telemetry enabled by default. I understand Telemetry but the other two options should be opt-in only Mozilla. In addition they have thus far only added support for just a few addons which is a huge problem for some.

  29. The new update is very fast. Thank you for that. And I don’t hate the new UI either. But downloads are broken and the sometimes it seems like the browser miscommunicates with sites or something…. I am on a Gbit fiber connection with a router to push it and a modern phone cable of those speeds… I shouldn’t be having these issues. That being said…. This is the beta and people should expect things like this to happen. All in all… please just fix the downloading.

  30. I really enjoy the visuals of the new design, but it seems like a lot of features were lost along with it for some reason. Tab syncing is now one way only. So I can send tabs to other machines I’ve logged into with my Firefox profile but I can’t open synced tabs on my phone from other MACHINES. Nearly all plug-ins just straight up disappeared. DEFINITE 5 star if some of the missing features come back. UPDATE: tab syncing is back, Firefox is rad!

  31. Nate dice:

    As others are saying, the update to this app is aweful. For me, it’s the tab menu. It makes absolutely no sense in a ui/ux sense. You press a button and you get a menu that is scrollable and can be dismissed with a downward swipe. It makes it impossible to look for the tab you wanted and annoying to use because I constantly dismiss the menu by accident. Secondarily, if the menu is swipe dismissable why is it not swipe motion to bring it up.

  32. Speed is much better than the old version, but room for improvement. I like collections, but they don’t sync. Visual tab representation has gotten much better in July ’20 release. Still needs more add-ons (more are coming), URL bar should stay at the bottom when selected, and Top Sites/Collections links should be editable (at least the name). In addition, it would be nice to easily access Top Sites/Collections in private mode.

  33. This update is not a step forward. I loved the way the original startup page contained a handy list of Top Sites and tabs for Bookmarks and History. No wasted space. The new UI is a hot mess. Also, the app stopped working with Autofill. I use LastPass to autofill login fields rather than saving passwords in Firefox. This stopped working after the update.

  34. I’m a fan, so am trying to stick with it, but omission of tabs makes it less functional. The replacement is actually a bookmark list — not tabs. I want to be able to see several tabs at once, adjacent to the toolbar, without needing to click away from the page, and be able to select or close any visible tab with only one click, and have tabs disappear with history when the browser is closed by swiping (rather than only by quitting). A partial step to auto-close is “close in 1 hr”, not 1 day.

  35. speed wise, it’s where Firefox needs to be to keep pace with chrome on android, much more responsive however, being beta, still a lot of polish needed before it can be the standard build something as simple as remembering the history in a tab. meaning if I move on to another tab, and go back to another one, first off it reloads the page for no reason, second, when you hit back, it doesn’t go anywhere but the tab selection screen. the actual back button is greyed out bc it removes the history?

  36. New major updates loses useful features, such as: tab reordering, saving pages as pdf, searching for open tabs in the search bar. However, it does gain a new interface and some performance improvements. Some features lost weren’t added before the non-beta version of Firefox is updated. I will update this review when the lost features are back.

  37. Sure wish I didn’t need to use a beta version just for simple features like the about:config page… Tabs still un-load themselves seconds after a switch pages or apps, even with all the relevant options I can find enabled. Pretty annoying when almost every page has to reload every time I look at it. REALLY annoying when trying to fill out forms and get info from another app. And somehow these issues are still completely ignored 6 months after they promised to fix them. =/

  38. The decimation of addon support is extremely upsetting. At the very least you could’ve provided support for desktop webextension apps. Now we have a platform that can’t use webextensions and can’t use any of the addons specifically developed for Firefox mobile, aside from a handful that have been totally rewritten to work with the new browser platform. Constantly changing addon formats is extremely hostile to addon developers too! Just pick something and stick with it!

  39. Wreaked my ublock origin list, doesn’t support noscript, which you can say “it’s beta”. But they really changed the interface. Improve the speed, yes. Increment the interface, ok. Make wholesale changes? No. They do that constantly and it sucks. Their changes get in the way of browsing, the one key thing they should be good at.

  40. Can’t change homepage, and the default one is terrible. There is no way to auto close tabs upon exit like the non beta version can. Bookmarks don’t show up when clicking on the address bar anymore, have to go to the menu just to find them now. Missing 90% of settings non beta version has. Very horribly designed compared to non beta version. Terrible experience overall and I know it will not change when the main version gets switched over :/

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