If you were looking for a new application of notes for your Android , and you also use Firefox as your main browser – either on your desktop or on your mobile – today is your lucky day. As part of their, Mozilla today introduced a new application notes for Android under the name of Firefox Notes, which stands out for its security, and the ability to synchronize with the browser itself.
Notes by Firefox is a free app that, despite being in beta, can now be downloaded through Google Play. While there are dozens of note applications on Google Play, including, the new tool of Mozilla is aimed at all those who are looking for something new, or who are already in the Firefox ecosystem and their intention is Improve the integration between different devices.
Notes by Firefox, a secure notes app that synchronizes with the browser
The tool in question is very simple, and has a simple and intuitive design that follows the design lines Material Design. As soon as you install and open Notes by Firefox, you will have to Log in with our Firefox account to be able to access the main page, from where you can see or add new notes.
Notes by Firefox is a simple and secure notepad extension that now comes with a complementary application for Android. Log in with your Firefox account to access, edit or delete notes, and your notes will be automatically synchronized between Firefox for desktop and Android.
A most interesting addition is File encryption from end to end , which means that the content of the notes can only be read by the user, and therefore makes the app one of the most secure in its category. In addition, it is possible to access the notes from any type of device, thanks to the synchronization with the Mozilla Firefox browser.
In addition to the application, Mozilla offers an extension for the browser, from which to access all the notes associated with our account from the desktop version.