Firefox has released a major redesign for its browser.
The experience is rolling out to macOS, iOS, and iPadOS starting today.
Firefox has launched a major redesign to its browser on the Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
In a blog post (opens in new tab), Mozilla has announced a fresh new look for Firefox across both the desktop and mobile. The update is designed to make the using the browser "fast and distraction-free" and also adds some new privacy features.
The main design refreshes focus on brightness, the toolbar, the menu, tabs, and notifications.
The company has also added more ways to customize your privacy preferences with more tools and indications of privacy across the web.
The new design for Firefox is rolling out today. You can download the latest version of Firefox for the desktop from the Firefox website (opens in new tab) and for iOS or iPadOS on the App Store (opens in new tab).
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