Introducing Firefox For Android
In this writer’s humble opinion, perhaps one of the best android apps is Firefox. In my experience of on tablet/phone internet usage it pays to research the browser which caters to your needs in the best possible way. Firefox does just that in my case for the following reasons.
- The keyboard is intuitive in that it learns as you type, meaning that should you insert certain words at a higher frequency than others, the keyboard remembers this. The upshot being that surfing the net is that much easier and quicker.
- The version for Android is also especially optimized for that purpose. This means speed and processing power are functioning as quick as is possible. This is apparent when browsing. It feels like the most robust and quick browser I’ve installed. The interface just works so well.
- One of those specially optimized features is the fact you can bookmark with one touch, sync that content to your computer. Basically everything is as easy as it could possibly be.
Of course there are other browsers out there, but will they tempt me away from my beloved firefox? I’m unsure. At this point I would suspect the answer would be no. It simply runs too smoothly for me to justify changing it up. I mean, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it, right? For me the major advantage is the speed, customizable and just the ease of access. Everything is so easy to get to and when browsing with limited space and often no access to an external keyboard this is a real advantage. This is something the team at Firefox seem to have considered in great detail. It really is no surprise they have such a monopoly on the mobile browsing market. Let us know your thoughts about this and any other browsers you may be using or are intending to in the comments below. If you’ve ever wondered to yourself how to upgrade android? Firefox maybe is the answer you were looking for.