Firefox 94 starts rolling out with new homepage on iOS and Android

Mozilla Firefox has been one of the best web browsers available for nearly two decades now, and the mobile versions carry over most of the features found in the desktop browser (with some caveats for extensions). Firefox 94 starts rolling out today on desktop and mobile platforms, and even though new APIs for web developers to use are always fun, the most exciting changes this time around might be on iOS and Android.
Before this new update, the homepage on Firefox’s mobile browsers only had links to your commonly-visited websites (similar to the top of Chrome’s New Tab Page) and a space for Collections, where you could save tabs for later organization. Mozilla is reorganizing the homepage in Firefox 94, with new sections for recent tabs and recent bookmarks, in addition to the same frequently-visited sites. There are also options for each section in the Firefox app settings, in case you don’t want some (or all) of them.

“With this new Firefox homepage,” Mozilla said in its annou…

Written By: Corbin Davenport

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