Mozilla is back in news and we are as excited as the officials to explore the all new Mozilla Firefox 29. The new version of the popular open-source browser features a lot of good stuff including a new customization menu, an interesting and fun design, newly designed menu and an enhanced Firefox Sync service powered by Firefox Accounts. Speaking of the refreshing, new design – you will notice that Firefox 29 makes it easier to concentrate and focus on the content. The tabs are sleek and help you navigate the Web faster and at the same time, when multiple tabs are open (which you can’t live without) because other than your current tab all tabs fade into the background to be less of a distraction.
Quite similar to Google Chrome (if you use both browsers from time to time, you’ll notice the resemblance), the menu on Firefox 29 browser has been moved to the right corner of the toolbar. The “Customize” tool empowers you to add or modify any feature, service or add-on on the Firefox browser. With the new Firefox Sync service, the users can access their own browser from anywhere they want. By enabling it, you can have the Awesome Bar browsing history, saved passwords, bookmarks, open tabs made accessible via any PC or mobile Android devices.
The Firefox 29 version also brings feature for easy creation of bookmarks. You can create them with a single click and manage them from the same place. Moreover, if you are a fan of Firefox Add-ons, you will find they are now more accessible than ever before. Firefox 29 also supports WebRTC, more than 30 Mozilla-pioneered WebAPIs, Web Audio API, CSS Flexbox, App Manager and extension APIs.