Good news, Mozilla fanatics: the updates that hit the beta channel of Firefox's Android browser back in November are now ready for prime time. Version 26 was uploaded to the Play Store today, complete with some notable interface changes and a few under-the-hood tweaks as well. The browser is free as always, and it's compatible with Android devices running 2.2 or later.
The biggest user-facing change is to the home screen, which is now tabbed Holo-style. Quick swipes to the right will let you see your most-visited sites, history, bookmarks, and reading list. You can also pin tabs to the homepage, a nice bit of desktop functionality that's made it across the mobile divide. US and European users now have access to Yahoo and Bing in the new search provider section of the Settings menu, and the integrated password manager now supports script-generated password fields.
Underneath the hood, this build should perform better on at least some Tegra devices (though whether it's Tegra 2, 3, or 4, or some combination thereof, Mozilla isn't saying), and of course the app gets the usual handful of security, stability, and compatibility fixes. If you'd like a more complete list, you can check it all out at Mozilla.org.