Another Firefox update is making its way out to devices. Unless they're running Honeycomb, that is. This version of Mozilla's open source browser does not work on tablets running Android 3.0 - 3.2.
Considering less than 0.1% of Android users were on Honeycomb two years ago, only four or five people will be saddened by this news.
Everyone else will see popular websites such as Facebook and YouTube show up in the Top Sites panel at first launch. Notifications about tabs opened in the background now list URLs. Firefox 46 will also request permissions as needed instead of when first installed, thanks to Android 6.0. These features join the addition of recently visited webpages showing up cached when you are offline.
- Notifications about tabs opened in the background now list the URLs
- Top Sites panel now lists popular sites by default
- Previously cached pages will be displayed when offline
- Firefox will request permissions at runtime instead of installation time (Android 6.0+)
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