Firefox for Android Beta Adds Additional ARMv6 Support

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A new Firefox for Android Beta is available for download and testing. This update makes Firefox for Android available to roughly 15 million more phones with additional ARMv6 support. Firefox for Android Beta is now available to phones with minimum requirements of 600MHz, 512MB, HVGA. This includes popular phones like LG Optimus One, T-Mobile myTouch 3G slide, HTC Wildfire S and ZTE R750.

Firefox for Android Beta includes easy-to-use add-ons that let you change the look of Firefox without getting in the way of your Web experience. You can personalize the look of your Firefox in just a few taps: visit addons.mozilla.org on your Android device, tap the “Personas” tab, select your favorite theme, and then save it to your browser by pressing “Keep it.” New (and old) themes will be automatically saved so you can easily change the look of Firefox any time.

Firefox for Android Beta also includes Firefox Integration in the Google Search Widget. Now you can launch a Google Search in Firefox for Android Beta, directly from your phone’s homescreen to make it easier and faster to search the Web on your mobile phone. To enable, tap the “Menu” button on your Android device, tap “Add” in the Menu, and then select Firefox under “Widgets.”

Firefox for Android Beta brings an amazing Web experience to even more people with Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese language support.

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