Firefox 63 arrives with Enhanced Tracking Protection, search shortcuts, and Picture-in-Picture on Android

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Firefox 63 arrives with Enhanced Tracking Protection, search shortcuts, and Picture-in-Picture on Android

Mozilla has released Firefox 63 with Enhanced Tracking Protection, performance improvements, search shortcuts, and Picture-in-Picture on Android.

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Firefox 63 Arrives With Enhanced Tracking Protection, Search Shortcuts, and Picture-in-Picture on Android

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Mozilla today launched Firefox 63 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. The release brings Enhanced Tracking Protection, performance improvements on Windows and macOS, search shortcuts, and Picture-In-Picture on Android. From a report: Firefox 63 for the desktop is available for download now on Firefox.com, and all existing users should be able to upgrade to it automatically

Firefox for Android 63 brings picture-in-picture mode, notification channels, more

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Mozilla has just released a new version of Firefox for Android, which adds the long-awaited PiP (picture-in-picture) mode and several other improvements. Version 63 of Firefox has been in beta testing for some time, but the final version is now available for download via Google Play Store. With picture-in-picture mode, smartphone users will be able to continue to watch a video even after switching to another app from the browser. It's true that the video will switch to a smaller size, but you can always maximize it. Keep in mind though that support for picture-in-picture mode is ...

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Mozilla officially released today the Firefox 63 "Quantum" web browser on desktop platforms, including Linux, Windows, and Mac, as well on mobile platforms, for Android devices.