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Firefox 34 brings a lot of changes including Chromecast support
In days long gone, there were two major players in the Internet browser marketplace: Internet Explorer, there ruling champion, and upstart Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox. While things are a bit different now, Firefox is still alive and kicking, and makes a worthwhile option for those who don’t want to use Chrome on their Android devices.
The latest version, which was just released, has a host of new features, including bug fixes, a redesigned first run experience, and mirroring support for Chromecast. This feature in particular will be of interest to anyone with Google’s affordable dongle and is yet another step in the right direction for the growing list of supported applications.
There are still some bugs present however, namely those associated with users running Android Lollipop: neither flash nor MP3 playback will yet work. For the full list of changes, please consult the list on Mozilla’s website.
It’s always nice when an application is updated. Make sure to check for updates now via the Play Store if you don’t already have your device set to auto install.