Mozilla today announced a new update for its web browser Firefox on the iOS platform. The new update will focus on security improvements and also includes many bug fixes.
According to PhoneDog, Mozilla has just launched a new update named Firefox 3.0 for the company’s web browser on the iOS platform. The update includes security improvements and many bug fixes.
Mozilla says that the new update will come with many new features to improve security. Besides, the browser will support better integration with third-party iOS apps, as well as overall refinements.
The most noticeable feature of the update is Firefox Password Manager. The new feature can store usernames and passwords allowing for login fields to be auto-completed. Besides, users now can manage their password by adding a 4-digit passcode or Touch ID. Mozilla says that the new update will only prevent against serious attackers, but it stops unauthorized access from other users.
Mozilla Firefox is a open – source web browser available for Windows, OS X and Linux operating systems, with its mobile versions available for Android, and Firefox OS. According to Mozilla, Firefox has now more than 600 million users worldwide, making it the second most popular web browser, and the company targets 700 million users this year in an attempt to compete directly with Google Chrome.