Firefox Browser APK

Version 68.10.0 - org.mozilla.firefox
Last updated: 2020-07-07

Firefox Browser apk

APP Information

Download Version 68.10.0 (2015706691)
Apk Size56.46 MB
App DeveloperMozilla
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packageorg.mozilla.firefox.apk

Download Firefox Browser 68.10.0 APK

App Description

Firefox Browser is mozilla,firefox,communication, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.36 by 924 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Mozilla website who developed it. org.mozilla.firefox.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 68.10.0 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 5954032+ times on store. You can also download org.mozilla.firefox APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Firefox Browser for Android is automatically private and incredibly fast. Thousands of online trackers are following you every day, collecting information about where you go online and slowing down your speed. Firefox blocks over 2000 of these trackers by default and there are ad blocker add-ons available if you want to customize your browser even more. With Firefox, you’ll get the security you deserve and the speed you need in a private, mobile browser. 

Firefox is faster than ever and gives you a powerful web browser that protects your privacy. Keep what’s personal private with Enhanced Tracking Protection, which automatically blocks over 2000 online trackers from invading your privacy. With Firefox, you don’t have to dig in your privacy settings, everything is set up automatically, but if you like to be in control, you can choose from the many ad blocker add-ons available for the browser. We designed Firefox with smart browsing features that let you take your privacy, passwords, and bookmarks with you safely wherever you go.

Firefox gives you greater privacy protection while you’re on the web. Block third-party cookies and unwanted ads that follow you around the web with Enhanced Tracking Protection. Search in Private Browsing mode and you won’t be traced or tracked — your private browsing history is automatically erased when you're done.

- Add Firefox across your devices for secure, private and seamless browsing. 
- Sync your devices to take your favorite bookmarks, saved logins and browsing history wherever you go. 
- Send open tabs between mobile and desktop. 
- Firefox makes password management easy by remembering your passwords across devices. 
- Take your internet life everywhere, knowing that your personal data is safe, never sold for profits.

- Firefox anticipates your needs and intuitively provides multiple suggested and previously-searched results across your favorite search engines. Every time.
- Easily access shortcuts to search providers including Wikipedia, Twitter and Amazon.

- Your privacy has been upgraded. Private Browsing with Tracking Protection blocks parts of Web pages that may track your browsing activity.

- Open as many tabs as you like without losing track of your open Web pages.

- Spend your time reading your favorites sites instead of looking for them.

- Take control of your mobile browser by personalizing Firefox with add-ons like ad blockers, password and download managers and more. Want a more personalized browser? Add-ons can help you customize your browser to make your time online safer. 

- The Firefox web browser makes it easy to share links to web pages or specific items on a page by connecting to your most recently used apps like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp, Skype and more.

- Send video and Web content from your smartphone or tablet to any TV equipped with supported streaming capabilities.

Learn more about Firefox for Android:
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Mozilla exists to build the Internet as a public resource accessible to all because we believe open and free is better than closed and controlled. We build products like Firefox to promote choice and transparency and give people more control over their lives online. Learn more at

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App ChangeLog

  • We’re working to make Firefox for Android better with each new release. Read the release notes to learn about any new features, bug fixes, and performance improvements at

App Screens

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Firefox v68.10.0 (2015706691) minAPI21 Arm64-v8a.apk

Apk scan results

Apk Scaned By TotalVirus Antivirus,org.mozilla.firefox.apk Was Risky.Detected 4 From 55 Scan.
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requires following permissions on your android device.

approximate location (network-based)
Allows the app to get your approximate location. This location is derived by location services using network location sources such as cell towers and Wi-Fi. These location services must be turned on and available to your device for the app to use them. Apps may use this to determine approximately where you are.

precise location (GPS and network-based)
Allows the app to get your precise location using the Global Positioning System (GPS) or network location sources such as cell towers and Wi-Fi. These location services must be turned on and available to your device for the app to use them. Apps may use this to determine where you are, and may consume additional battery power.

view network connections
Allows the app to view information about network connections such as which networks exist and are connected.

view Wi-Fi connections
Allows the app to view information about Wi-Fi networking, such as whether Wi-Fi is enabled and name of connected Wi-Fi devices.

create accounts and set passwords
Allows the app to use the account authenticator capabilities of the AccountManager, including creating accounts and getting and setting their passwords.

take pictures and videos
Allows the app to take pictures and videos with the camera. This permission allows the app to use the camera at any time without your confirmation.

connect and disconnect from Wi-Fi
Allows the app to connect to and disconnect from Wi-Fi access points and to make changes to device configuration for Wi-Fi networks.

download files without notification
Allows the app to download files through the download manager without any notification being shown to the user.

Allows access to the list of accounts in the Accounts Service.

find accounts on the device
Allows the app to get the list of accounts known by the phone. This may include any accounts created by applications you have installed.

full network access
Allows the app to create network sockets and use custom network protocols. The browser and other applications provide means to send data to the internet, so this permission is not required to send data to the internet.

change your audio settings
Allows the app to modify global audio settings such as volume and which speaker is used for output.

control Near Field Communication
Allows the app to communicate with Near Field Communication (NFC) tags, cards, and readers.

read the contents of your SD card
Allows the app to read the contents of your SD card.

read sync settings
Allows the app to read the sync settings for an account. For example, this can determine whether the People app is synced with an account.

read sync statistics
Allows an app to read the sync stats for an account, including the history of sync events and how much data is synced.

run at startup
Allows the app to have itself started as soon as the system has finished booting. This can make it take longer to start the phone and allow the app to slow down the overall phone by always running.

record audio
Allows the app to record audio with the microphone. This permission allows the app to record audio at any time without your confirmation.

draw over other apps
Allows the app to draw on top of other applications or parts of the user interface. They may interfere with your use of the interface in any application, or change what you think you are seeing in other applications.

use accounts on the device
Allows the app to request authentication tokens.

control vibration
Allows the app to control the vibrator.

prevent phone from sleeping
Allows the app to prevent the phone from going to sleep.

modify or delete the contents of your SD card
Allows the app to write to the SD card.

modify system settings
Allows the app to modify the system's settings data. Malicious apps may corrupt your system's configuration.

toggle sync on and off
Allows an app to modify the sync settings for an account. For example, this can be used to enable sync of the People app with an account.

read your Web bookmarks and history
Allows the app to read the history of all URLs that the Browser has visited, and all of the Browser's bookmarks. Note: this permission may not be enforced by third-party browsers or other applications with web browsing capabilities.

install shortcuts
Allows an application to add Homescreen shortcuts without user intervention.

uninstall shortcuts
Allows the application to remove Homescreen shortcuts without user intervention.

receive data from Internet
Allows apps to accept cloud to device messages sent by the app's service. Using this service will incur data usage. Malicious apps could cause excess data usage.


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  1. Jacob R-avatar

    I like you more or less respect privacy and allow to sign out of telemetry. Browser is smooth and fast, I haven't noticed any difference compared to Chrome or Opera. Account with saved logins is a great bonus. Syncing needs a bit of work though (couldn't figure out how to transfer opened tabs from old phone into new one but maybe just my fault). Thanks for your hard work. Keep it up people!

  2. Tim Goudy-avatar

    apk The Javascript engine keeps crashing, which breaks all my extensions and a lot of web pages. Pages will still load but any Javascript in them doesn't run, and extensions (notably uBlock Origin and Privacy Badger) stop working. The only way to fix it when it happens is force-stop the app and clear the app cache from Android app settings. This has been happening on the last few versions as well. I'm currently on the latest, 68.10.0.

  3. Pennycilin-avatar

    pc I rated it 4 stars because it got a few issues that didn't exist when I am using Chrome. I could only wish these things: 1. Make it so that you are able to download images straight from Google Images. 2. I'm not sure if there is something you would need to tinker about, but Bilibili is quite an unenjoyable experience on this browser. The video player stopped halfway through. Might want to fix it.

  4. Doug Kanter-avatar

    download For my purposes, this browser is flawless. I don't expect to do everything on a phone that I would with a desktop computer. On the phone, I typically have 15-20 articles loaded in tabs for reading throughout the day. Even with data-heavy web pages, Firefox brings the tabs back to life very quickly.

  5. BAGGR --avatar

    Y'all complain about the most worthless stuff! Firefox isnt suppose to look pretty or change their UI every damn month for you people. Its purpose is to provide a browser that keeps your info and identity safe. It does exactly that and a great job at that. To rate an app 1 star for something that is completely superficial and nothing to do with its purpose and why it benefits anybody is just crazy to me. I could only imagine what you put your significant others (if you even have one) thru.

  6. Chris O-avatar

    What makes this browser so important is the fact that it can use extentions unlike Chrome. Ublock Origin is especially important these days with how the more annoying type of mobile ads work. You can also use Privacy Badger and Decentraleyes to get other annoyances off of your back.

  7. Irun Hendaye-avatar

    Core features, like containers, still aren't supported - already a major fail in 2019, never mind halfway through 2020. Haven't noticed that it's updated terribly frequently either and when it is, I can't say I've noticed what the changes were - it's a cutdown version of FF around 10 version numbers behind the desktop release, does the job competently enough to have been my daily browser for the last 3 years, but nothing exciting and won't set the world alight. On the plus side it isn't Chrome.

  8. Er.Devvrat Kanoje-avatar

    Er.Devvrat Kanoje


    Browser is ok but slow. Lags many features such as dark mode, download settings, page loader and many more. Displays unwanted adds and doesn't have add blocker also.

  9. Billy Gallagher-avatar

    Billy Gallagher


    It's fine, seems like a miniaturized version of Firefox. But that's just it, it's nothing special, and doesn't seem particularly designed for mobile. There's no native dark mode, and theme add-ons don't cut it (most don't work, and the ones that do can't or don't respond things like the menu or settings). And if you adjust the size of your display in Android settings, Firefox thinks your a tablet and insists on showing a super cluttered address bar and a tab bar that just don't fit on a phone.

  10. A Google user-avatar

    Seems to work okay, but it will not properly sync bookmarks with Firefox on my PC. I've tried to switch to Firefox several times over the past couple of years, and every time, I've run into a deal-breaking problem. Update... I tried Firefox in January, and again here in June. The sync problem remains. Back to Chrome. How is it that so many love this browser...

  11. Matt-avatar

    Good browser overall. Desktop sync works well, though slow at times. I have a longstanding grievance with the main search bar. It bugs out when trying to backspace. It autocompletes search suggestions faster than you can delete them, leaving you unable to correct your text input. There's a setting to disable autocomplete, but it has no effect. This bug has existed for years. You can work around it by beginning every search with a space, which does disable autocomplete. (However, it is hard to remember to do this, and search autocomplete is a useful feature.)

  12. A Human Being-avatar

    Still the best browser for both speed and privacy! Honestly Firefox offers so much in the way of privacy and features its kinda overwhelming at first, but once you figure everything out, then you will experience an incredible, smooth, and feature rich browser. I love adding lots of addons like HTTPS Everywhere to make my browser more secure, and if you mess around in the about:config setting then you can customize it to make it nearly Impossible for you to be tracked. Firefox is unmatched

  13. Matt Graham-avatar

    Every couple of days sometimes more frequently, the app wont search and just shows a blank screen until i press optimise to close all background apps then when i go back in to firefox all my tabs are closed which is very frustrating considering samsung internet keeps tabs open forever. There also is no way to reopen recently closed tabs. These are fhe only issues preventing me from using this over other browsers.

  14. Michael Lloyd Payne-avatar

    Michael Lloyd Payne


    It's slow and clunky at times. And still has no dark/night mode. After the last update it showed a faq with new features, saying you can enable dark mode, but the menu option it mentions doesn't exist. Come on. It's not like dark/night mode is something new. It's been around a while now (having been a native android feature since Android 9) so it's not like it's a funky new feature we haven't heard of before.

  15. Scott R-avatar

    Extremely frustrated with trying to sync bookmarks from Chrome. Some of them are not being imported from Chrome, some are. My desktop version of Firefox did import all Chrome bookmarks correctly. This mobile app has not. This is way too frustrating and complicated then it needs to be. I'd love to switch to Firefox from chrome, but I'm about ready to give up.

  16. Don't Aim SprAy-avatar

    Don't Aim SprAy


    Long time user, since WinVista. Always reliable, stable, and secure. The sync features are amazing, especially being able to send tabs between my phone and computers. I'll always support Mozilla, thanks for giving us such a unique, safe browser. It's always the first app I install on every new phone or PC, I love it. I can't stand how clunky and basic, or like... Fragile and empty, other browsers feel. This one, it's like a part of my life, it just feels so refined, perfect, and stable...

  17. gillian wilson-avatar

    Lately Firefox Browser doesnt seem to be supporting a couple of websites that I use a lot. In fact Firefox freezes and I have to close and start again. Weather is appalling and their ads are so large, one cannot read any info without struggling. What is it, when you have a narrow strip for the main content and huge ads? I am not sure why some websites are so incompatible with Firefox. Samsung should provide only compatible apps that use its tablets. Mine is only just two yrs old.

  18. Caylen Galt-avatar

    The app appears to use secure searches & weeds out most popup ads. I enjoy the ability to use my desktop bookmarks by singing into my Firefox account on my Android phone, however, the inability to sort bookmarks created ON my phone FROM my phone is frustrating. I believe the suggested solution is to log into the desktop version to sort/categorize them. Additionally, not being able to double-tap a word to select it is a bit limiting causing one to have to remove the word manually to replace it.

  19. Vlad Lungu-avatar

    I have an issue on OnePlus 7T, Oxygen OS 10.0.9. From time to time, once every 2 weeks maybe, it freezes and i have to wait a couple of minutes until the system recognizes that the app has crashed, I cannot do anything to force close it. It bothers me that it happens at times when I need it most. Great browser otherwise, I use it for desktop as well.

  20. Jeff Flowers-avatar

    Well as Firefox goes, it is a step down from the browser it is on a my computer. I love that one because I can create a speed dial or whatever you call it and organize everything. However, I see nothing that is better then Firefox for my Android or Kindle, except Amazon Silk. And Silk really blew it when they changed their format after I had all my bookmarks and favorites set up and then they promptly had to get wise and mess that completely up. So Firefox is the best of the lot although none of them are setting the world on fire. At least it isn't Chrome!

  21. KevinP. Feeley-avatar

    Browsers inevitably have weaknesses; whereas the "Firefox Quantum" browser, dated: 02 JUL 2020, is touted by an independent non-profit Think Tank to be one of the most; if in-fact, the Most Secure and private Privacy Concerned browsers on the commercial market, Today!

  22. Erzahler-avatar

    5/7/20: A very good alternative to Chrome. Works fine for me; I like it a LOT better than Chrome dome. Only 1 drawback: some plug-in extensions aren't available for Android. Overall, Firefox is a superior app to Chrome, except for the two items I mentioned. For this, I must give the app four stars. When these items are fixed, I'll bump it up to five. EDIT 6/11/20: shortcut problem fixed, now need more plug-ins. 4-½ stars.

  23. Kathleen Eickholt-avatar

    Kathleen Eickholt


    Awesome on my phone, but the display lacking on a tablet, doesn't look right on a few websites, like it's the phone mobile version. Still, I highly recommend it because of desktop syncing, extensions and privacy and ad blocking features. I used it a year or so ago and quit because it crashed constantly, but they've really got their act together now. Dark theme is needed & Samsung DeX supported for external monitors. If tablet layout & DeX gets fixed, I'll give it 5 stars.

  24. D Cortes-avatar

    After each update, FF seems to get slower and non responsive, especially when dealung with scripts. It gets very slow to the point of being unusable. I clean the cache, clear data, history and force stop. App will work slightly better, then slow to unusable speed again. Really disappointed and frustrated. Wish it were as fast as Chrome since I love the privacy of FF!

  25. Sam Tabby-avatar

    Updated from an older version of FF that had become too pokey on too many sites. Ever since, FF has caused numerous random system crashes; that never happened until I updated FF. I have to restart the tablet each time. Also, I had hoped that Mozilla had finally added a bookmark manager, but no. Hard to believe a modern browser w/o such a basic feature. Sync is cumbersome and causes problems like dupe bookmarks on my PC. Wish I hadn't updated... FF used to be a great browser, now its bloatware.

  26. Dennis T.-avatar

    The browser is generally good, almost exactly what you would expect of Firefox on a different platform, when you used it on your PC before. Works the same basically, even add-ons are supported. Big thumbs up for that. Now, what I don't understand, and the reason I gave only 3 stars is, they don't really add anything to better the mobile experience. How come I still can't pick themes on mobile? I need a dark mode at least. How come there is no data saver feature for example?

  27. Dhipo Alam-avatar

    Update: After updating, cookies stopped working properly. Uninstall. Firefox is my go to browser on desktop. On mobile, I only install but can never use exclusively. I will use it exclusively if you: 1. Add Dark Mode, it is very important nowadays. I think it is also easy to implement; 2. Move toolbar to bottom, our device grow taller, yet you all move all controls to the top. Learn from Firefox Lite, it do so much better than its big brother. 3. Optional but adding theme support would be nice.

  28. Richard CMG-avatar

    Firefox just hangs every load... Nothing ever happens... Annoying.... Used to be my go to browser on my device... But Between the not starting issues and now Firefox automatically clears all open Tabs I have saved after a day or two so when I go back there is only the default welcome tab! UNACCEPTABLE! This is a BASIC feature every other browser has... Simply going back to Chrome! Ridiculous...

  29. Charles E-avatar

    FAIL! Using 1.2GB RAM, not responding! Needs a RAM limit! Was semi functional. I want the pre quantum add-ons to work, do an API that lets them be redone! Half the desktop functions from 15 years ago are STILL MISSING! No save page, no save/restore sessions, no export tab list, no export profile. Security is still lacking: no manual cert pinning, no cert-provider-change notices, no orbot/tor button, etc. Still slow! Barely works on a 2GB RAM phone!

  30. K N-avatar

    Same issues from Feb 12 20. No reply from FireFox. 1. Autoplay of video & ads in web pages is obnoxiously wasting my data. Auto play Off in settings but does nothing. About:config I shut down all auto play and even closed images . Images no longer show but Videos STILL AUTOPLAY and cant close them! 2. When I download a pdf file over firefox, it NEVER stops downloading to my phone, even though in first few seconds file shows on phone as downloaded. Only FORCE STOP of the FIREFOX APP stops it.

  31. John Carlton-avatar

    I have used this app over countless phones and until now it has been great but the amount of ads that pop up constantly it's clearly a broken app now and not living up to expectations so I guess download at your own risk and annoyance in closing very dissatisfied. 😤👎👎👎 On a side note I really don't like that they don't tell you what the updates are like it's some big secret if I could add zero Stars I would

  32. Adam Beckett-avatar

    Highly customizable. Fast. Secure. Firefox on Android has all the featues you know from the desktop version. You can install Addons like 'ublock origin' and flush all data after closing Firefox. Or you can setup the browser to your liking and sync it across devices, still feeling safe. After all those decades Mozilla/Firefox still manages to be among the leading web browsers.

  33. Heron Tribe-avatar

    I am getting really annoyed with this browser. I use it because I feel that chrome is an invasion of privacy but it just doesn't work. The browser cookies are crashing all the time so much that I have to restart my phone no less than 7 times a day. I can't fix them without restarting. I've tried to contact the developer and ask them to fix it and I have got no response. I'm not sure they care about their customers as I've contacted them 3 times already and they're completely ignoring me.

  34. Michael B.-avatar

    The Android version of Firefox has problems not seen in the desktop version. 1) It needs a keyboard to select text and won''t respond to Android's method (pressing on the text). 2) It sometimes swaps out non-current tabs without saving their content, so that when switching back to a tab containing pending input (such as a tweet one is in the middle of composing) Firefox reloads the entire page from the server, discarding all the text one had typed. 3) You must delete ALL cookies to delete *one*.

  35. Lin Robertson-avatar

    6/15/20: Latest version lost all bookmarks on update! Having to "sync into Firefox" in order to get them back defeats the privacy Mozilla bleats so loudly about! It's nice to have privacy, but it comes with a price, like almost everything; the Home button is an Extension (??),and the bookmarks, once imported Chrome, all get dumped in one pile. No folders I can see. And it's BIG. 60% BIGGER filesize uncompressed than Chrome. The days of writing tight code are gone.

  36. Onur A-avatar

    Lots of downsides but for the sake of firefox and it's developers I'm not gonna give a bad review. I'd recommend firefox preview tho. -After couple hundred tabs it starts to freeze and loads pages after 10 to 15 seconds. If you have lots of things to read and save it for later it's a huge problem. - It's old and and not smooth. You can't use add-ons with full efficiency. Tabs are chunky

  37. Charles Lee-avatar

    This browser has gone completely downhill. It's next to unusable now. Refuses to load certain pages when address is put in the address bar and while trying to select the links in the launch page. It takes 4x as long as Chrome to load anything now and freezes randomly to the point of having to restart it. I have been donating to Mozilla foundation every month but my next step is to pull my regular donations. It's unacceptable.

  38. RSauce64-avatar

    App is overall great, but you will have to deal with odd issues that have no apparent cause. Sometimes when you start the app you can't hold down on thumbnails to get an "Open in new tab" prompt. Also the first home tab when the app starts will not let you search or open bookmarks from it, you instead have to open a new tab and close the original.

  39. Ashutosh Singh-avatar

    Overall experience of the app is nice. I recently switched from chrome because of certain issues i was facing there. But i miss the dark mode which is in chrome by default. Here i have to install an add on. Personally i am not a fan of add ons because of privacy issues. But the main issue i am facing using firefox is a constant irritating cracking sound while playing a video on youtube. Its there if i play a 4k or even a 360p video. So please fix it else i will have to install chrome back.

  40. samthesmart1-avatar

    I really want to love Firefox, but it feels like it's not interested in reciprocating. Many features are hidden in obtuse menus, and firefox absolutely hates pdf links, meaning I have to switch to Chrome just to download a simple document. Most distressingly I have notice an increasing number of sites that are completely unusable with firefox. Without a serious update, the privacy focus of firefox soon won't be worth its myriad hassles.

  41. Sarah Bourne-avatar

    I love using Firefox as they're so much more moral than some of the other common apps out there. But this app is barely ever functional, lags profusely, and sometimes just straight up will not load anything. Please do some work on optimizing the app, it really needs it. I'd love to return to using Firefox on my phone if I can.

  42. Radu Crisan-avatar

    slower than internet explorer... Keeps opening the damn "installation successful" tab for adblock which makes firefox stop loading anything else. It takes forever to type anything on any website, takes forever to load. It's like it isn't even made by the same developer as the desktop version...

  43. Robert P. Ruddle Jr.-avatar

    Robert P. Ruddle Jr.


    I'm not really finding this app that good. I cannot sign into PlayStation Network for 1 issue. Another is disturbing; when I installed this app it copied my information from the other browser. Logins I no longer use for websites keep popping up when I use this browser to access those sites. I cannot delete this info from Firefox and just why is the other browser still keeping that info anyways? Still have to convince me this app is better.

  44. Sarah J-avatar

    Over all really liking the app. Long press to show recent history doesn't work (there are bug reports about this from a year ago, but I can't find if the shortcut was fixed or removed). I'd like to see some sort of swipe to switch between tabs functionality.

  45. Brett Samson-avatar

    Android. Works also on old devices.Tried it on Android 10 down to 4. Not perfect. Some bugs, some hang and will just stop at times. However works better than opera mini and chrome both on new and old android devices. Would like better options to block autoplay and pics.Some ads are using to much bandwidth (ability to block live movies and/or pictures would be nice - present option not effective). june2020.

  46. LongShot-avatar

    I tried to love it. I've used firefox for a long time because I liked the privacy browser and the PC version works well. I like that it syncs the two but on Android it's just buggy and slow. I have a cheap phone but duckduckgo's browser doesn't give me the same problems.

  47. Themi P-avatar

    That 1 star is for negligence of not adding "Downloads" in the main menu to see download logs. Learn from any other browsers out there. A simple feature. Even if it's there, till the time of writing this, I CANT find it yet. Make it visible in your next update, till then 1 star remains.

  48. Stephen Liu-avatar

    Firefox on PC is great. But the Android app is terrible. Some websites don't load correctly, still no dark mode, bookmarks management is awful. Other than add ons, there's very little you can adjust and personalize. The bright white bar is blinding at night. Typing in the search bar does not give very helpful suggestions. These are things that I'd expect in the initial version, not the 68th version. It's fast and private, but what's the point if there are so many annoying quirks?

  49. Colin Sandall-avatar

    Tried to recover my Firefox account as I have it on my Windows pc, but the link sent was just a massive page of code with no way of identifying what it was I was supposed to do. Therefore, I can't use it and 1 star is the only possible rating I can give it. Annoying, as I wanted to try something different to chrome.

  50. Mike Gurak-avatar

    Firefox is my 2nd favorite browser on my PC. (Edge is #1.) All I need on my phone is to surf the Net quickly and Firefox is great for that. Two problems though. You need to add a home button. And sometimes if I use two bookmarks, when I launch Firefox the second to last one shows up instead. But those are easily fixed. And the only people who need dark mode damaged their eyes so badly looking at their phone, PC, and Xbox all day long the brightness hurts their eyes. Please don't bother.

  51. E Fox-avatar

    Love Firefox Desktop experience, but got a long way to go on mobile. I've had Firefox on Android for 3 yrs but never use as default b/c it's so slow & bloated. Compared to Chromium builds, like Kiwi, extensions are difficult to control, interface's outdated & Bookmarking's a nightmare. Have to go to menu, upper top right icon for bookmark, then manually navigate menu nests just to organize, & can't export Bookmarks. Sync is great but not enough. NO supported dark mode & tab's are inefficient.

  52. Graham Slade-avatar

    Usually works fine. But one annoying thing that seems to happen on the desktop version as well... You have to wait and stare into space for a while after opening the app. If you open the app and immediately type a url and press enter, it will momentarily follow the command then just cancel, like you never did anything. It takes about the amount of time to type and press enter about 3 times before it will actually do anything. Pisses me off more and more every time.

  53. harmonic spice-avatar

    I mainly use Firefox for privacy and so far I haven't been disappointed but they lack the functionality of Chrome in the mobile version for example : you can't into images in the image search you can't copy a link's text and overall Firefox's mobile version(design wise) seems a debuffed version of the desktop rather than something visually appealing I appreciate your work keep it up and hope for better updates in the future

  54. Marg M-avatar

    The bug report on bugzilla for a common issue is two years old and has not been fixed yet, but otherwise the browser works fine. Issue is when downloading, the download notification stays even after the download is complete. To get rid of the notification, go to settings > apps > find Firefox in the menu > hit Force Stop.

  55. M B-avatar

    Last update (75) overhauled features I enjoy: the use of add-ons (such as Dark Reader and Tampermonkey), sharing content from other apps to my desktop Firefox or any other place FF is installed (instead pushed directly to phone Firefox and needs to share again), synced tabs. Until add-ons are back, I'm rolling back.

  56. David R-avatar

    I love it, it's just the best web browser, it's so easy to add extensions and get more functionalities and more privacy settings. It would be better if it had a better design and a dark mode in the menus, there are extensions that let you change the colors on websites you visit but not in the menus.

  57. Alec Sadler-avatar

    Videos in full screen are not fitting within the ratio. Image is stretched beyond the screen borders, making the video look cut off from the top and bottom mostly. If any video has subtitles, you will not be able to read them. I hope the next update will fix this, otherwise, I'll look for another web app to use.

  58. scooby nomi wilkinson-smedley-avatar

    scooby nomi wilkinson-smedley


    Can't even open this appalling app. I click on it and it instantly crashes. latest update has made this badly made browser even worse. app freezes and noe often doesn't load. just a white screen. not impressed. will have to find another browser. Still causing freezing issues. Not really sure why they're not sorting out the issues. Avoid the app and find a more reliable one. Even considering going back to chrome. Not good.

  59. Colin Groves-avatar

    Been using Firefox on the PC for many years, because it's very customizable, lots of adons, but doesn't seem so good on my Android phone, for a start, it won't download pictures off the browser like chrome does, you hold your finger down on the picture, but it does nothing, very disappointing.

  60. Wanderer-avatar

    I refuse to use Chrome. Seriously though you really test me sometimes. Just make the browser work properly. New update won't display websites across the screen and I can't move the page over. Also YouTube is slower, which we all know why, however the comment section is broken on YouTube. AND just generally full of bugs

  61. Conrad Couture-avatar

    Extremely high battery drain on my device. There are multiple people on forums everywhere complaining about this, I tried reinstalling, but that was a waste of time and, lost all my FF data because Sync didn't really synchronize my data. Back to finding another browser ffs.

  62. Chris Bishop-avatar

    Overall positive. Was unsure if I could trust this browser at first but it's going well. There is a lot to learn about safe browsing and using Firefox effectively but I'm slowly getting to grips with it. The how to documents provided are good but more and improvements would be very welcome.

  63. Rachele-avatar

    Still can't get youtube to work right, even after this update. Boo firefox!!! I have wifi so I don't need my location on for it to work. Also picture to link to videos in youtube , barely functions I just reload the page twice & ones I know they should show up still won't. Please fix these issues. You are my favorite mobile browser/app. Thanks! Riggs

  64. Timothy Saenz-avatar

    Firefox not what it used to be. Went to erase data and the process closed open tabs, too. That was a first for any browser. Hate the top sites page but can't seem to get rid of it. And I'm tired of Mozilla's preachy, left-wing philosophy. Just make a good product, if you can.

  65. Allith Galaviz-avatar

    Now Google has blocked done something to disable login into their services with firefox. They did with edge so many times, that's why I don't use Google browser. Came from kiwi browser before Google forced them to change their program. Thank you, I was using all kids of extensions to isolate Facebook, blockers and so on. It was about time this is enabled from factory!

  66. Tm Wz-avatar

    Firefox Android emits stink lines. Why can't I add tags to bookmarks, consistent with the desktop app? Not the keyword field, but tags. Get your act together; it's probably dragging down the desktop app. There's always some broken feature or deal breaker. Hang your heads in shame. It's a turd.

  67. Joel B-avatar

    Not the best, but not the worst either. Honestly no matter how far Firefox comes on mobile it still lags behind the likes of chrome and opera. So far the most appealing feature of Firefox is the ability to download and use plugins on mobile, such as adblock. But I don't think it's worth the poor browsing experience just to be able to use plugins. This browser needs to be reworked from the ground up for mobile devices only.

  68. Diego Nohara-avatar

    TOO BASIC APP. Firefox for PC is know for its ease to access advanced settings and it's privacy focus. However, despite the add-ons, the Android app is too basic. In its settings menu, you can't even access to each "site setting" to stop websites to ask for your location, notifications, microphone permissions, etc. It's stressing to deny these permissions every time a different website ask for it. Surprisingly, you can do this and more in Google Chrome and Chrome based browsers.

  69. By Michael Keith Larsen LS-avatar

    By Michael Keith Larsen LS


    After downloading the new app to my mobile and then syncing everything over to a new device I would again have to deal with another data breach after I was finished syncing and then moving my bookmarks around only to find that a number of folders I moved would then disappear. This was twice that the data breach would occur within a 30 day period. The latest version would prove untenable as I would have to download it twice due continuing crashing bugs.

  70. Muhammad Tehsaan-avatar

    Muhammad Tehsaan


    best. suggestions- need to work how chrome works like, like when i visit playstore it opens the website instead taking me directly to the playstore app etc. look its Android and i think it wont be too harsh if you take some inspirations from Google Chrome Android app. if i am not asking too much. peace.

  71. ƈʊʀʟʏ ʄʀօʍ ȶɦɛ ֆաɨʀʟʏ-avatar

    ƈʊʀʟʏ ʄʀօʍ ȶɦɛ ֆաɨʀʟʏ


    I got this as a secondary browser. I do not like it!!! It asks permission to files other gallery, which is not needed. And while it still works w/o permission granted, it keeps giving an annoying message every time I upload a picture. It also has bugs while typing. I was trying to give it another chance but it doesn't allow copy & paste. So bad!

  72. Hrishikesh Shukla-avatar

    Hrishikesh Shukla


    It has one issue that is not solved in all this updates. If I download something using browser, the download notification is stuck at 97% even a download completed notification appears just beside it. And this ongoing download notification just won't disappear, I have force stop the app every single time just to make it disappear.

  73. Mike Mc-avatar

    Given up. Going to use Chrome or similar. Time and time again Firfox for mobile turn my entire phone to treacle speeds. The PC version updates OFTEN have issues until a quick fix update comes out but imo knocking someones phone out whilst essential from home is beyond a joke. No updates should happen until an update is properly tested. Unacceptable, this keeps happening and Firefox is too old for this to be ok these days.

  74. Ed Pacson-avatar

    Great browser but with random (annoying) bugs. Long tapping a link doesn't work at all times with the text being highlighted instead. Also sometimes the new tab page is blank and the browser refuses to load any page (happens randomly throughout the day). The solution is to force stop the app and clear the cache or go to private mode. I'm trying to like the app the same way I liked the desktop version but the bugs are quite distracting.

  75. Emile Pesik-avatar

    1 year and 1 month on from my last review, yet still no text reflow on zoom despite a longstanding bug report. Rating reduced to 2 ★ now due to how this really affects usability, as well as the apparent refusal to reinstate a feature that Firefox used to have but got removed years ago due to being too heavy on resources. The need for this feature has not gone away, however, not even with the increased screen real estate most modern phones have these days. Phones are far more powerful than they were several years ago, and if Opera can do it Firefox can do it too. Many websites still don't display properly on mobile phones, resulting in having to zoom in on extremely small fonts. In turn this leads to constant left and right scrolling in order to read a line of text. Plenty of other features have been added since, but a basic usability feature is not deemed important. Uninstalled, again, and back to Opera until reflow is put back in. What good is a user voice when it's not being heard? 😥

  76. イツカゆうき-avatar



    Moved on from chrome just because Mobile Firefox includes addons/extensions. which help me browse with confidence with out worrying about adware and pop ups that prompt to download malware files.. It is not normal for browsers not to include a very wide used feature! but to each their own for some adblock is not needed but i use streaming sites a lot so i do.

  77. Brian Seabury-avatar

    Works with av1 haven't thoroughly tested but if you have a good processor html5 games run equally well on both. Disabled chrome because browser games I'm playing desperately need memory. 2.6 gbs available memory on a 4 gb phone on Android 10. Some of the memory may be for caching about 700mb goes to the os. My old iPhone 5s stopped playing a browser game I made which Android phones can easily run. Originally had a 1.5 gb Samsung tab that ran html5 well glad I overestimated the memory.

  78. Umukoro OkeOghene-avatar

    Umukoro OkeOghene


    Great app. I love the user interface, its simplicity and responsiveness not to mention its superb secure connectivity. Kudos to the developers, you guys did an awesome job with this one but I'd also suggest you include the dark mode in future releases. Thanks.

  79. Bevin Olson-avatar

    Okay, listen. I use the desktop variant of this app all the time, but it has ALWAYS been a pain in the *ss when trying to use it on my phone. Two different devices, more than a year apart, and this app still insists that my connection is not secured when I try to connect to any website whatsoever. I decided today that I would give Firefox another try, but it seems as though my hopes that the problem was fixed were for nothing. I don't know what I'm supposed to recommend to clients now.

  80. Abdul Rehman-avatar

    Overall a great browser, I switched from Opera with ease, although not that much feature rich but you can give up features over privacy. Only thing I complain about is the download manager, it's pathetic. I can't delete obsolete downloaded files directly from browser and it can be painful at times deleting them from file manager. Mozilla seriously needs to work on it, and little bit more customisation options for homepage (Opera style speed-dials) will make me pleased.

  81. Richard Plant-avatar

    Like trying to rollerblade on a shingle beach. Firefox is great on the desktop, laptop and some tablets and used to have some excellent addons but Android - sadly not. It just does not work well with a lot of sites, also, as for 'privacy' there is little to no privacy with an Android OS. Android is Google. You can use different browsers all you like but the OS logs everything back to Googles servers. Lets see if it improves with the upcoming Linux OS Pinephone...

  82. Ji Lee-avatar

    I'm not sure what has changed with the app lately but I would constantly have syncing issues as well as numerous problems trying to get the most basic web functions to work properly (hyperlinks & buttons are unresponsive half the time) as well as the "Open in App" function no longer working properly. I have not installed any new addons since installing the browser on my device so that shouldn't be an issue. This honestly feels like a joke compared to the desktop app in terms of quality.

  83. Stuart P-avatar

    Rubbish. I use Firefox on my desktop PC all the time but the Android version is just unusable. Simple things defy this browser. a) ALL text input starts with lowercase, contrary to 99% of apps. I don't mind it being lowercase for passwords, but for name fields, come on. b) Editing text in a large text box is practically impossible. You zoom in to see what you are typing and as soon as you do the browser zooms out to give you the full view of a big text box with tiny text. c) Run out of space....

  84. Steve-avatar

    As of late I've been completely to unable to log into any website. This is the only browser I have on my phone with this issue. I disabled all of my add-ons to see if one of them was causing this problem, but it made no difference. In the meantime I'll have to use Chrome until this is fixed.

  85. Denny Dunn-avatar

    Used to be my favorite browser, but I refuse to use an app that tries to push a political agenda on me with its suggested news clips. At least google gives you some control over what news sites it suggests, even if it makes its political preference clear.

  86. Adam Hemsley-avatar

    Can't import bookmarks and logins? I heard that Firefox improved user privacy. It's faster than Chrome. I spent 2 weeks trying to import bookmarks. Today, I find that Firefox DOES collect data about it's users. You have to manually request they delete your data. Oh, did we forget to mention? Our marketing dept tracks the websites you visit, no opt out. Also, I found out that it's impossible to import bookmarks/logins from Chrome. I'd still switch, but there go 20+ years of bookmarks&logins.

  87. Cristian Jaramillo-avatar

    Cristian Jaramillo


    Definitely this is the best browser, I'm Linux user and sync my devices with a single account is very important for me, I'm using Firefox on my computer, Android mobile, android tablet and iPad and like I said the sincronization is good. The add-ons supports are good, I'm using some add-ons for blocking privacy and spam. This is the best browser in terms of performance and stability.

  88. Jesse Martin-avatar

    PC firefox is loads better, mobile is fairly terrible I dont understand why they aren't the same. Bookmarks are so difficult to manage and I can't adjust the text to be big enough for me to read easily. I hate to say it but I'm normally at 120% when I read. So I squint or have to use read only mode to get the text at a decent size.

  89. Warren-avatar

    I've been using Firefox as my main browser on my phone AND MacBook pro for years, so my loyalty shouldn't be questioned. But its getting harder and harder to login or even view different types of websites. I liked Firefox because of the emphasis on privacy. I don't have my privacy settings maxed out, but its defeats the purpose if website won't let me use them because I'm on Firefox or want alittle bit of privacy or to not be tracked. Please address.

  90. Drews Tavers-avatar

    Been using Firefox since it's baby days, it works well on computers, but in mobile phones, it's a bit wonky, some pages won't load correctly despite requesting for the desktop version, and others will load correctly but the links don't, also if I play something off YouTube or any other streaming site, the notification won't go away until I force close the app, it's been that way for a while, very annoying. Blackview on Android 9.

  91. Car detailing enthusiast-avatar

    Car detailing enthusiast


    Firefox has a nice clean simple to use web browser. All of the different extensions that Firefox offers is nice as well. Thats basically where the good stops this browser has lots of little bugs and glitches. Between web pages not loading correctly or not at all. Other times it loads really slow. There have been times certain extensions don't work. I have noticed some extensions seem to make Firefox run slower. If all these little issues got fixed this would be a 5 star review.

  92. Cheryl Post-avatar

    I've used Firefox since the 90s in liew of every other browser for a reason: it provides the best security, best search options, and by far the best bookmark folder of any!! They were the first to permit personal renaming of what at that time were useless URL addresses from which it was often impossible to determine what it was. I now use it on all my devices and it is such a superior browser.

  93. Matt Stottmann-avatar

    I want to love the Android version of this app, but I simply cannot figure out why it constantly logs me out of accounts, and sites will not allow me to log back in. Each time, sites say "cookies must be enabled for login"...but all my settings are set to allow cookies. I've uninstalled, reinstalled, changed and checked and purged caches and nothing fixes it. I'll likely have to uninstall and go a different route.

  94. D I J-avatar

    Lately I am having an issue. While Firefox is my default browser, when I select any system-wide hyperlink, Firefox doesn't fully load and open on the screen. It seems to load in the system tray, but I need to open it manually from the home screen to follow the hyperlink. (Android 10, security patch April 1, 2020). Firefox is a great browser with the similar extensions offered on the desktop. Bookmarks, history, open tabs and logins are synced between devices, but extensions are not.

  95. Jake Zachman-avatar

    Absolute garbage. Performs at dial-up speeds at best. I want to use this but Google actually works. I am very disappointed. Same on my laptop, absolute junk. Please help....I like the idea of safe browsing etc but it needs to work.

  96. Devasheesh Sharma-avatar

    Devasheesh Sharma


    Please shift toolbar to the bottom so that it would be more easier to access and switch tabs. Also add a offline-page feature (besides "Save as PDF" option). P Also please add dark theme too! I don't want to use "Dark Reader" extension because it sometimes messes with the look of websites and also because I want the whole browser interface dark not just the websites. I'm okay if websites are white.

  97. LanAndPeter-avatar

    Works just fine for regular use but as a developer, I just discovered that remote debugging no longer works. I get the warning "The connected browser has an old version (68.8.0). The minimum supported version is (73.0a1). This is an unsupported setup and may cause DevTools to fail. Please update the connected browser." However it seems that 68.8.0 is the latest version! Please make remote debugging work again by updating the mobile version or remove the version check.

  98. Paralysed-avatar

    I downloaded Forefox mainly for the recent discoveries in browser fingerprinting. With a few plugins, I was able to get my fingerprint to a place where I wouldn't be easily trackable, but there are a couple things I'd like to bring up. First, I think this app is overdue for a dark mode. I personally love the dark mode feel of the duckduckgo browser, but it has a very unique browser fingerprint. I also tried out the Firefox Focus app, and I'd like to see the "Block JavaScript" option in this app.

  99. Jean-Michel Mutore-avatar

    Jean-Michel Mutore


    Usually I can't get enough use out of Firefox, but the latest update has made it impossible to sync my phone with my other devices. This needs to be fixed soon, because I don't have access to my saved logins and bookmarks.

  100. W Graziano-avatar

    I'm loving this browser! After trying 2 dozen browsers for my android TV with air mouse,, this one is the best. I imported my uBlockOrigin filter list from my desktop browser which not only removed ads and unwanted elements, but their leftover white spaces as well. I also changed the User Agent by adding an item in about: config, to get full desktop websites all the time, instead of having to constantly click on Request Desktop Site which was a PIA. If you're losing your favicons in FF, don't clear your cached items in android's system settings.