Firefox Beta for Android already incorporates the Quantum engine: more speed and less consumption

Firefox Beta for Android already incorporates the Quantum engine: more speed and less consumption

At the end of last 2017, the people of Mozilla proudly announced the arrival of a new engine for their web browser, Mozilla Firefox . This new technology was called Quantum, and promised to improve the performance of the application , while reducing the consumption of resources such as RAM.

Unfortunately, Firefox users for Android would have to wait to enjoy this promising system , because although the browser was updated to adapt to the new design lines of the desktop program, the new Quantum engine was not incorporated from the beginning.

And it has not been until today when, at last, Mozilla has released the first beta version of Firefox for Android to incorporate the Quantum system.

You can now try Mozilla Firefox with Quantum engine on Android

Firefox Beta for Android already incorporates the Quantum engine: more speed and less consumption

As the developer announces in your official website , the latest beta version of your web browser for Android , under the numbering 60, introduces the CSS engine included for the first time in the desktop version Firefox QuantumThe 57.0.

From Mozilla they assure that this technology achieves that the speed of Internet browsing increases to twice , while reducing its consumption of resources by 30% compared to Google Chrome

Beyond the inclusion of this new engine, the rest of the browser features remain intact. We continue enjoying multiplatform synchronization, support for add-ons and themes, and the new design incorporated several months ago. However, as it is a version beta , it is possible that it is still unstable for day-to-day use, or that certain add-ons may not work as they should.

Be that as it may, Firefox Beta 60 for Android, you can already download for free through Google Play , and certainly is a good excuse to give another opportunity to the famous browser, and see if this time can fight face to face with Google Chrome.

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