Do you enjoy using Mozilla’s Firefox on your PC but you can’t install it on your smartphone because the mobile version of the browser uses up lots of hardware power? If that is the case, then we have some great news to share with you. The developers who work for Mozilla know that not everyone can afford to purchase the latest Android-powered smartphones that cost nearly $1,000 and this is why they have developed Firefox Lite.
Firefox Lite is a lightweight version of the browser and it weighs in at less than 10 MB. However, you shouldn’t let the browser’s small size fool into thinking that it doesn’t offer premium performances. Despite being a lightweight app, Firefox Lite still benefits from full fledged developer support and it offers access to a plethora of useful features.
Firefox Lite 2.1.2 (17721) Update
If you are a fan of Firefox Lite, then we have some great news to share with you. The developers who are in charge of Firefox Lite have just published a new update that sports the 2.1.2 (17721) version number. The update is available to download via over the air channels and it weighs in at 5.89MB. Furthermore, the update is targeting smartphones that are running on Android 9.0 Pie but fortunately, it requires a minimum of Android 5.0 Lollipop in order to run without any problems.
Improved Software Stability
The new update for Firefox Lite doesn’t introduce any exciting features. The update introduces something even more important than that, bug fixes! Th bug fixes that Firefox Lite’s latest update introduces are quite important because they are patching various issues which sometimes caused the browser to randomly crash. Luckily, the bugs are being squashed so that never happens again.