Mozilla has announced a new stable Firefox release for Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux. The ever-popular browser’s update includes improvements that will increase its speed and overall performance. The new features are available now.

The Android version of the new Firefox update includes a faster Javascript compiler called IonMonkey as well as Google Now integration. There is also support for loading new fonts. Firefox is also the first mobile browser to have Safe Browsing enabled. The desktop version of Firefox also has the new Javascript compiler, which allows web apps and games to run 25 percent faster. Mac users also get support for the Retina display on OS X 10.7 and up.

Check the full change log from the source below.

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