This is the new interface Photon of Firefox that you can try on your Android

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The foundation Mozilla will give a facelift to Firefox with your new interface Photon, a redesign that will officially end this year on Windows, macos x, iOS and in Android, but because we don’t have to wait any longer to test his new design.

The version for developers Firefox Nightly already allows us to enjoy the design Photon with its upgrade to the version 57. The Mozilla browser will update the interface of your browser with a design more minimalist and simple, and larger items, to make it more comfortable to use on mobile devices.

So you have changed Firefox for Android, comparative

Firefox Firefox 54, old design

Firefox with Photon simplifies your welcome screen showing less pages and with the most important information for that once the user start to enjoy your web browser

Firefox Firefox Nightly 57, new design Photon
Firefox Firefox 54, old design

The redesigned Firefox displays the cards of the sites frequent in a smaller size along now to these articles and featured videos that you’ve just discovered browsed.

Firefox Firefox Nightly 57, new design Photon
Firefox Firefox 54, old design

The address bar of a new Firefox is more flat, without much details as in the previous design. Now are more visible the actions the user may perform.

Firefox Firefox Nightly 57, new design Photon
Firefox Firefox 54, old design

The tab of your private browsing/incognito mode now explains to the user that is this mode of navigation with a text accompanied by a drawing of his pet, a red panda.

Firefox Firefox Nightly 57, new design Photon

On Google Play | Firefox Nightly (Unreleased)
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This is the new interface Photon of Firefox that you can try on your Android
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August 8, 2017


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