Firefox Beta for Android gets updated to support Firefox accounts, data sync

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Mozilla’s “Firefox Accounts,” introduced earlier this year, was created to help sync all data used between the Firefox browsers on your computers, smartphones, tablets, etc. This information includes passwords, browsing history, bookmarks, settings, open tabs, etc.

Now, support for Firefox Accounts has come to its Android beta app. You’ll be able to turn on the feature by tapping on the message that will appear when you open up a new tab while using the updated app for the first time.

Hit the break below for the full changelog as well as a link to the app in the Play Store.

  • Search suggestions available for Bing search engine
  • The ability to set up Firefox Sync by creating a Firefox account (learn more)
  • Added multiple quick share buttons
  • Locales added: Hindi [hi-IN], Indonesian [id], Latvian [lv]

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  • Milind

    I’m not really sure what the new version brings, but sync on Firefox has been available in the Firefox app for ever.