Firefox 21 Arrives With Social Providers And Open-Source Fonts

Mozilla has rolled out the latest version of its browser – Firefox 21. The version has arrived for Windows, Mac and Linux machines under the desktop category, as well as for the Android devices. Firefox 21 comes with a whole lot of new features such as social media integration and open-source fonts.


One of the key focuses in the new version is Mozilla’s attempt to bring more social providers on board. To this end, Cliqz, Mixi and MSN Now have joined the browser’s Social API. The Mozilla team claims that with the help of these new partnerships, it aims to make the use of Firefox a far more social experience.

So with the help of these new features, you can keep track of different social networks and updates without opening a whole lot of tabs on Firefox 21.

As for the Android users, the new version has been rolled out on Google Play. It comes with support for a number of new custom, open-source fonts such as Charis and Open Sans. You can use the new fonts on the browsers, giving it a fresh look.

At the same time, HTML5 tweaks in Firefox 21 enable a far better browsing experience. You can save media files on long tap, browse straight to the recent history with a single touch and get a visual experience that is a notch better than the older versions.

In all, Firefox team has put in a significant effort into ramping up the features and functionality of the browser in the new version. You can download the desktop version of Firefox 21 from here while the Google Play version for Android can be downloaded here.

Source: Mozilla

Courtesy: TNW

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