There was a time when Firefox was looking like a player in the browser market and then Google launched Chrome. From this point Mozilla struggled mainly because IE and Safari are default browsers and Chrome is clearly favourite with Google fans. So, the launch of the 29th version of Firefox is important because it this is where the battle lines are drawn. So what does the new Firefox have to offer us? In a word, it has to be personalisation! The new browser is neat, tidy and synchronizing between devices is easier than ever.
Simply sign in to access bookmarks, logins and tabs; in fact, it has to be said that there is a sort of Chrome feel to it and for many users that is not going to be a bad thing at all. This is especially so, if Mozilla are looking to attract new users who are used to other varieties of browser. We haven’t used Firefox for some time and after downloading we have been pleasantly surprised with the new look browser, naturally we have not been able to give it full test drive yet, but we will do and once finished we will be reviewing it in full.