Firefox for Android Crosses 100 Million Downloads
Mozilla created Firefox for Android to give you the ability to take the power of Firefox everywhere and we wouldn’t be where we are today without your support. Thank you to those who have made our Android experience possible and to our users that continue to help us bring new features to more people everyday.Caption: Firefox for Android: celebrating 100m downloads
In celebration of 100 million downloads, we’re reflecting on all of the important milestones that helped shape Firefox for Android. Take a look at our top 10 list:
Top 10 Firefox for Android Milestones
March 29, 2011: Firefox for Android is launched, complete with Firefox Sync to connect Firefox experience across devices and platforms.
June 26, 2012: Firefox for Android debuts dynamic upgrade for faster Web access and Do Not Track features for added privacy.
February 19, 2013: Firefox for Android introduces support for lightweight themes to offer greater browser personalization.
September 17, 2013: Firefox for Android introduces QuickShare to give you more options when sharing your favourite Web content across social networks.
October 29, 2013: Firefox for Android becomes the first to introduce Guest Browsing to give you additional privacy features.
November 7, 2013: Firefox for Android pre-installed on Kobo Arc Tablets and GIGABYTE GSmart Simba SX1 smartphones.
December 10, 2013: Firefox for Android introduces new Top Sites, History, Bookmarks and Reading List swipeable home screen panels, giving you easier access to the Web content you want to see.
October 14, 2014: Mozilla introduces a quick and easy way to send videos from Firefox for Android straight to your streaming-enabled TV via Roku and Chromecast devices.
November 10, 2014: Mozilla adds DuckDuckGo as a pre-installed search option.
April 9, 2015: Firefox for Android surpasses 100 million downloads.