Firefox Browser: fast, private & safe web browser APK

Version 84.1.4 - org.mozilla.firefox
Last updated: Fri, 15 Jan 2021 23:13:03 UTC
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Firefox Browser: fast, private & safe web browser apk

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Download Version 84.1.4 (2015785883)
Apk Size69.53 MB
App DeveloperMozilla
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Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packageorg.mozilla.firefox.apk

Download Firefox Browser: fast, private & safe web browser 84.1.4 APK

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Firefox Browser: fast, private & safe web browser is mozilla,firefox,communication, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.36 by 966 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 84.1.4 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 6764858+ times on store. You can also download org.mozilla.firefox APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Introducing our latest release of Firefox for Android browser — Firefox Daylight. This version of the Firefox web browser is dramatically redesigned to be faster, easy to use, customizable and private. Firefox browser features Enhanced Tracking Protection on by default blocking thousands of annoying ad trackers and malware — making your experience more secure, and a lot faster too. Firefox is also the only major browser backed by a not-for-profit fighting to give you more openness, transparency and control of your life online. Download the Firefox for Android browser today and keep the internet open for tomorrow. 

Firefox for Android browser gives you effortless privacy protection with lighting-fast page loads. Enhanced Tracking Protection automatically blocks over 2000 known online trackers from invading your privacy and slowing down your pages. Firefox browser also introduces a clean new design that makes it easier to get more things done, more quickly. Plus, with smart browsing features built in, Firefox lets you take your privacy, passwords, and bookmarks with you safely wherever you go.

Now you can get to Private Browsing Mode with just one tap. And when you close Private Browsing Mode, your browsing history gets automatically erased from your device. 

Keep the search bar up top. Or move it to the bottom. Firefox browser not only lets you choose how you search but also how much of your personal data to share. Customizable Enhanced Tracking Protection settings put you in the driver’s seat with your data. You also have your choice of search engines, and the ability to make Firefox your default browser.

Easily switch to Dark Mode anytime to give your eyes and your battery a break. 

Open as many tabs as you like and organize them into Collections to stay on task. Collections can also be shared across devices so you get more done no matter where you are or what device you’re using. 

Full support for the most popular add-ons, including ways to turbo-charge powerful default privacy settings and customize your experience.

Start using Firefox for Android on your phone then switch to the Firefox browser on your laptop, without skipping a beat. With Firefox across your devices you can take your bookmarks, saved logins and browsing history wherever you go. Firefox browser also takes the guesswork out of passwords by remembering your passwords across devices. Have the choice to instantly send open tabs between your phone and computer, instead of texting or emailing yourself articles to read later. 

No need to open the app. Search the web directly from your device’s home screen. Add the Firefox for Android browser search widget and get instant results without the extra taps. 

Stream and pop videos out and play them in the background while you do other things on your phone. It’s entertainment and multitasking, together on the same screen. 

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About Mozilla
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App ChangeLog

  • 84.1.3:
  • * Security fix
  • 84.1.0:
  • * Option to view your open tabs side by side in a grid view.
  • * Ability to delete downloaded files within the app.
  • * WebRender rolls out to more of our users on Android, those on the Mali-G GPU series, bringing smoother animation and scrolling to the majority of our Android users.
  • * Improved scrolling accuracy and control and fixed cases of unexpected scroll acceleration.

App Screens

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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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Google Play Reviews

  1. Jim S-avatar

    Jim S


    I give up. I've had it with all the glitches and reduction of usable features. Plus, this new version is pathetically slow. Did side by side comparison with Opera browser which was twice as fast as FF. After all the super negative reviews from long time users, including myself, seems like you may want to revert back to the previous version until you finish the newer version or risk more people switching to other browsers. I'm so saddened by all of this, fixes no one wanted that don't work😢.

  2. Cayla Weese-avatar

    Cayla Weese


    apk I am extremely frustrated by the update, namely the bookmarks function. I now have to go into the bookmarks section of the ... menu and search for what I'm looking for. I am unable to discern any kind of meaningful order to my bookmarks. They are neither alphabetical nor chronological (the only options that make sense). Update: downloads no longer go to the appropriate location on my phone. I can only find them in Firefox in the downloads menu during the same browsing session. Switch to chrome.

  3. binary spider-avatar

    binary spider


    - apps on google play Been a longtime Firefox supporter, since version 0.something, but have to say the latest update has hit rock bottom. Gone are the features that made it quick and easy to use. Simple things like "menu, tools, logins", is now a pain to get to "menu, settings, logins, saved logins, enter-pin", plus once there you cannot just switch back to your original tab without closing out of settings. And that's just one example. No, time for a different browser, not one that's lost its way!

  4. Jaques Lacan-avatar

    Jaques Lacan


    cover art Its look has been improved a great deal. Functionality has improved too, although it still needs a big deal. BUT as always, its "improvements" removes setting options. As a good example, you only can install the add-ons "suggested" or imposed?. I only hope that in the next 80 versions ahead firefox had been improved enough to re-edit my app rate.

  5. Dilligaf 666-avatar

    Dilligaf 666


    This app is now and still horrible even with the updates. What was wrong with the last build?? If it wasn't broke....which the last build wasnt....don't try and mess with it. It is now a horrible browser. I've deleted this garbage and got another browser app that is better than this. What is really bad, when you hit the back button, it saves the page as a tab. After a bit of using it, I have over 20 tabs open. Worthless app. What was wrong with the previous build?? Why change it??

  6. Maverick Kurniarto-avatar

    Maverick Kurniarto


    I was truly love firefox before, before the updates recently, the look is simple, it is more private than browser like chrome, but now, the update made seeing tabs difficult, the layout and theme is too different with no way to make it look like the old one. I appreciate the addition of night mode, but the view of the new browser is too different than the old one that I think I will be back to the chrome again.

  7. Mike Smith-avatar

    Mike Smith


    So, I got the latest update, and, hey, it's still a hunk o' junk. Hard to find bookmarks, no option to save pages for offline reading or save as pdf, still got that pain-in- the-ass collections feature that Nobody wants. But, we need not suffer! Opera web browser offers everything Firefox ditched. Offline reading, easy to find bookmarks, customizable interface, night mode, Opera has it all. So long, Mozilla. Yeah. 10/8 update, no improvement. Still using Opera. FF devs still don't care.

  8. Niels van Bemmelen-avatar

    Niels van Bemmelen


    Latest releases are terrible. Cannot quickly access my bookmarks anymore, a lot of functionality pushing (I do not want pockets, collections, top sites or content selected by other people or robots) and why can I not set my homepage or new tab anymore? What happened? I liked firefox, but I'm looking for an alternative now. Oh yeah, and please explain how I can quickly give feedback in the app itself or on the website. It seems you're not interested...

  9. Christopher Erswell-avatar

    Christopher Erswell


    Dreadful upgrade today. Essential add-ons not available. How do I even search for add-ons? Search engine selection is a time-wasting nightmare. Tried to select 'Other' search engine but it does not launch to my search engine choice home page. I get an address bar with no 'search for' text box. Why is it necessary to type in a gobbledygook string instead of the plain URL of my custom search engine? I have wasted an hour trying to make head or tail of the dumbed down GUI. Please add old GUI option

  10. JT-avatar



    I needed to change my review of the mobile browser for Android. I use Firefox on my PCs and really like it. However on my Samsung S10e it is cumbersome, slow to load websites and even disappointing on some websites, IE: Survey Junkie. The app doesn't load certain websites correctly whereas Chrome will. The above is one example. Fix these problems and I'll try it again on my phone, too bad too as it works well on my PC and I really like the whole privacy approach with this browser.

  11. Frydon 97-avatar

    Frydon 97


    Recently closed tabs feature removed. The help site on this basically says "just find the site in history"; this does not help if I accidentally closed tabs that have not loaded yet. 🙄 Also many well liked add-ons not supported anymore. And judging from "we're currently building a selection of Recommended Extensions" this appears not to be out of necessity and as if only a few add-ons chosen by Mozilla will be "compatible" even if the add-on devs publish updates... New ui is pretty tough.

  12. Akshyay Das-avatar

    Akshyay Das


    This update is worse. I found what I had experienced point wise 1. While video conferencing it only shows the back camera of phone 2. Previously there was page setting which allows user to download the webpage to pdf which comes in handy 3. It does not show print option. 4. U can't add add-on or even search. That's why I am switching to old version. Tips for other user- Download previous version from internet or transfer the older version from any other phone and then uninstall this version.

  13. Tim Sobolev-avatar

    Tim Sobolev


    1. Full mess with bookmarks - previous order gone. Looks like all is sorted by creation time. 2. A set of sites are working properly only in desktop mode. 3. Window splitting that was supported on Samsung devices in previous versions is not working now. 4. There was an option for saving page in pdf. It was ugly looking simetimes, but ability of read view saving was useful. 5. No more minor tuning via "about:config". Now we get only message about error.

  14. A Ndrea-avatar

    A Ndrea


    At least warn users that a new version will be removing essential features! This version no longer recommends your bookmarks as you start to type in the address bar, nor does it offer a bookmark search feature, so if you have loads of bookmarks, it's useless. There are so many other issues with this app now, but they're mentioned in other comments so I won't repeat them.

  15. Erin Bowles-avatar

    Erin Bowles


    Review updated as they're slowly bringing useful features back, however a few big ones (for me) have not yet been returned. Some of those useful features are: A functional about:config (without forcing it on via USB Debugging), and the option to turn off image downloading while on data (a workaround is possible by blocking large media with uBlock Origin).

  16. Colin Andrew MacDougall-avatar

    Colin Andrew MacDougall


    UI update is phenomenal and should be common across browsers. HOWEVER, it force scrolls you to the top of pages/active text fields and thus makes them unusable (eBay, amazon, lcbo). Issues refreshing pages, images not loading beyond initial low-res sample... Devs, you took something that worked great and took a hammer to it and broke it. Come on. Fix this before I uninstall for good. Firefox was the buggiest of the big 3 browsers before this, and now, barely usable.

  17. A Farnsworth-avatar

    A Farnsworth


    Simply worse, you had an excellent working interface, the best it could be, and got rid of it with changes that beggar belief - you must have some ex microsoft 'designers' on your team. Used to be new tab, one tap, close tab, one tap - now it's multiple taps and holds - clearly anti-disability discrimination legislation is irrelavent to your designers. You have made the software less accessible.

  18. Collin Abrams-avatar

    Collin Abrams


    Oh, boy, this isn't a great update. The UI cleanup and dark mode is nice, but because it's a complete overhaul most extensions don't work anymore. Text on some websites is bloated to an abnormal size compared to other pieces of text, and there's no way to change it. I get making stuff bigger for it to be more readable, but things just look strange when everything else is small. Not the sort of thing I expect from Firefox, jeez.

  19. Sólvá Túná Rúnadóttir-avatar

    Sólvá Túná Rúnadóttir


    Normally love firefox. Love the pc browser, but this update is not working too well. Everytime I minimize and reopen the app, my current/active tab will be blank. No matter how much I refresh, the site content does not reappear, even though the adress is still there. Have to close the tab and open the site anew to get it to work.

  20. Mako Habichvergessen-avatar

    Mako Habichvergessen


    poor upgrade. been using firefox for ages across multiple devices. however the latest upgrade is a pain in the a... the interface is weird, not as clear as before, many of my loved add-ons gone, features like save to pdf gone... not a big fan anymore... digging out my opera, who was asleep for along time... might come back some day, who knows

  21. Tar Get-avatar

    Tar Get


    I have used Firefox as my main mobile browser for quite some time now (around 6 months), in that time bugs and glitches have come and gone. In my original review I mentioned a couple of issues that have since been fixed showing that Mozilla do really care and are fixing issues as they arise. Don't expect a flawless experience, but what I can say is that it is a great browser with the odd issue, but that's a cheap price to pay for Adblock and privacy! Thanks Mozilla 😊

  22. manw3bttcks-avatar



    Version 79.0.5 8/18 Horrible interface changes, I would prefer keeping the i/f about the same but add bookmark improvements like sorting. The thing that really hurt is the new Firefox doesn't work video background play fix plugin any more. Another problem with daylight is it seems to not update some of my news sites properly. I can load the site one day, come back a day or two later and no new stories are shown. I have to use "delete browsing data" and reload the page

  23. 3 M-avatar

    3 M


    Like other long-time loyal Firefox users, I am extremely frustrated with the latest build. My Android devices are NO longer linked to MY HP PRINTER!! Hours of troubleshooting on the "printer side of equation" have been useless . . . leading to the conclusion: FAILURE of Firefox to permit the link. Till revision is made in your system, I must explore other browsers that permit a link to my chosen printer app.

  24. M.R. Memarian-avatar

    M.R. Memarian


    Was a almost perfect browser, until recent update. This recent update just break some of the standard features like downloading files (until 81.1.3 i couldn't download a file whatsoever), and about: config is removed! Uninstalled! Please give us the OLD one back, with the same name Firefox OLD! I'll be more happy! In the mean time Thanks to the Apkmirror i'm back to v68.11 which is a working version.

  25. Nick Reed-avatar

    Nick Reed


    Newest update verdict: Still Sucks. No about:config Original: Hate this new version! No about:config, garbage navigation between tabs, and weird scrolling bugs. Can't adjust my browser proxy settings now to use SOCKS5. I wish I wouldn't have had auto-update on for this app. I never would have upgraded if I had known what this new version would lack in terms of legacy features.

  26. Tamas Zlatzky-avatar

    Tamas Zlatzky


    I tried to like this browser as i use Firefox on my PC but... I tried to open sites in desktop mode with little to no avail. In case of my favourite sports site I had to request desktop mode seven times as the browser constantly opened it's mobile version which I don't like. I give 2 stars because I like the add-ons although I didn't use any.

  27. Larry Hall-avatar

    Larry Hall


    New Android version displays many web pages incorrectly, home page layout is hard to read. "If ain't broke, don't fix it" Reply to Mozilla, I appreciate the suggestion, on a mobile device switching to the desktop version would create more problems than it would solve. Seems like this update was not fully vetted before it was release. Miss the old version.....I am going to use Chrome more often now.

  28. Chris Edmonds-avatar

    Chris Edmonds


    I hate what they have taken away! The refresh button and most of the controls I regularly use are now 2 steps. I can no longer save a page I'm viewing as a PDF file to read offline. I get that you're trying to make it better and make it different than every other browser out there but give me a toolbar that I can customize with all the functions I want to get to with one "click". And why is this so different than the desktop? Are you going to futz that up too? I want my old FF back!

  29. Load King-avatar

    Load King


    Recent update is garbage. That "collection" thing is a waste of space. Adding or removing bookmarks is more involved than it needs to be. Latest update also messed up the order of my bookmarks. The biggest issue for me though is that I can no long download pdf files from a specific Federal Government website that I use twice a month for payroll. Before anyone suggests it may be my device, I have no problem downloading the pdf file using Google's browser. Why are you fixing what isn't broke?

  30. Jeremiah Hunter-avatar

    Jeremiah Hunter


    100% Loved Firefox for overadecade. After the update it's terrible. Lots of Websites hang at the loading. It used to be easy to use, now trash and doesn't work like it used to. I wish I could go back and get the last version. I don't want to use anything else but I am forced to so I can use the internet again. Weather Websites don't work. Car shopping Websites don't work. Basically anything that I want to do like shopping, bill paying, research ect. just hangs up. It's not my connection either.

  31. Donna Jeffrey-avatar

    Donna Jeffrey


    I'm disappointed with this "upgrade." The new homepage isn't eyepleasing or helpful at all. It's virtually blank, plus the icons are tiny and unrecognizable. I liked the ability to add folders until I learned I couldn't move my existing bookmarks to these new folders. Instead of the feature called "Collections," I would much prefer to have the option of alphabetizing the bookmark list. Come on, Firefox! I want to give you more than one star, but right now I just can't. (Android user)

  32. Mike Mizur-avatar

    Mike Mizur


    I have been using Firefox exclusively for the last few years but this new update is absolutely horrific! It does not give you an option 2 delete all tabs upon closing the app and you end up with 30 open tabs slowing your phone down. Also it is extremely slow to respond two websites that it declares to be insecure when in fact you have been using the same website for years

  33. clay berglund-avatar

    clay berglund


    I'm in agreement with the 1-star reviews for the latest update and am giving 2 only because I like the desktop version. The new android app is terrible. Where was the UX team when it was being designed? The lack of tabs, slow to hanging page load times, having to restart more than just occasionally due to the app itself hanging, extra taps to do virtually everything, the list goes on and on. I gave this up(down)date a chance, but now I'm actively searching for a replacement. Sorry Moz...

  34. KARNAV AGARWAL-avatar



    Hey Devs, you broke this app. Download functioning is not working, files are failing to download from various websites. Even the small pdf files are not downloading. The webpage loading is slow even with decent internet connection. The same website is opening just fine on other web browser at almost same time on same device with same internet connection.

  35. David Lazarus-avatar

    David Lazarus


    I agree with all of the other recent negative reviews. I've been a Firefox user for well over a decade and have used the Android version for over five years now. This new UI makes the browser nearly unusable for me. Please, with the exception of dark mode, revert back to the old UI. Thanks. Update - I'm very disappointed to find that Mozilla has not reverted. To make things worse, they are replying to feedback saying "go to support". Why? We gave feedback! Fix it!

  36. Neil Attrill-avatar

    Neil Attrill


    Bookmarks still poor. Needs open in background, needs to remember which folder i was in. If i open the bookmarks view, select a bookmark and tell it to open in a new tab, it should open in the background! Not open the bookmark, remove the bookmarks view, and then force me to navigate all the back to the folder i had open again. Bookmarks were a bit clunky in the old Firefox, now they're terrible. Why does every browser think i want some new feature instead of making the existing ones good?

  37. Jim H-avatar

    Jim H


    This used to be a great browser, now it's not. Latest versions have completely screwed up everything that used to be good and broken so many functions. It's now slow, buggy, a memory hog, and all the wonderful add-ons that enhanced functionality are gone. I haven't decided whether to go back to an older working version or just give up and switch to a different browser, but I won't be using this new Firefox anymore.

  38. GREG HELM-avatar



    Firefox "Daylight" marks a new beginning? For me it is literally broken. I can't use it. It won't work. I often can't connect to "normal" highly used pages. The order details page on Amazon being the final straw. I wasted 90 minutes on that. I'm a diehard Firefox fan but if you waste my time then you are at risk of losing me. I am shifting all mobile activity to Chrome as of today. Hopefully you get your act together. Releasing an incomplete version of mobile Firefox was an unfortunate decision.

  39. Ray-avatar



    New version is less intuitive and more buggy. Opening new tabs requires one too many steps as there is no button in the menu. Instead, you can only open it where you see all your tabs. Opening incognito adds an additional step. The way tabs display is worse than before. As for the bugs, the keyboard often doesn't appear when clicking into a search or comment box. It's annoying since one of the main purposes of the internet is to search for things.

  40. Yana Jo-avatar

    Yana Jo


    Really bad. Bad design, the search bar at the bottom is horrible. Limited addons. Things don't work like they used to. Please roll back. This is the worst. I just can't bear to use it. It was the best before. You've destroyed everything you worked towards with this update ☹️. 2020 could now possibly be the year Firefox android went down the pan.

  41. Larry W-avatar

    Larry W


    Not User Friendly. I've used Firefox for years. It is no longer my default browser, Vivaldi took that spot. To make it my default I only needed to click make it my default in settings. Not so easy with Firefox, I'm not going through all the steps with Firefox. I'm not going to run around the block with a chicken under each arm while singing a song just to default it. I'll use other browsers. If I can't do it from the program settings. .. it ain't happening.

  42. Jacob Wentz-avatar

    Jacob Wentz


    I HATE the newest version of Firefox. First, every time I open Firefox, it leads me to a blank screen with suggested sites. It was better in the old app when you went straight to the last page you were on. Second, I can't rearrange the open tabs. If I open a tab for an article then have to open additional tabs for whatever reason, the first article tab gets lost all the way at the bottom of the list. And while we're at it, go back to the square side-by-side tabs and trash these rectangular tabs

  43. Goldberg Academy-avatar

    Goldberg Academy


    Updated version places all the buttons you require access to -- at the bottom of device, so it is difficult to access with device in a case (stylus can't always make a connection). Also to view all your open tabs (or do anything with them) requires an additional step AND the button is in that No Man's Land at the bottom. I loved Firefox. But I need to go look for an alternative as this is not pleasant to use.

  44. Julius Sugioka-avatar

    Julius Sugioka


    I have used Firefox for Android since its release as my main browser. It had all of the features I could possibly want. Until the redesign. After a bad start, most issues are now fixed. Sadly you have decided to stop us from using great add-ons, and restricted us to 9 out of thousands "because it was confusing." Maybe recommended 9 add-ons and NOT disable the rest? You have gutted the best part of Firefox. Add-ons set it apart from the crowd, now it's just mediocre. I hope you bring them back.

  45. Michael Koch-avatar

    Michael Koch


    Since the latest big update it takes 26(!) seconds for a single search through the adressbar to show up (duckduckgo as default search engine). That's just UNACCEPTABLE slow, i switched now to vivaldi which does the same in less than 3 seconds! I used firefox on android now for 9 years, i'm sad that it's over now...

  46. Mills Engine Works-avatar

    Mills Engine Works


    This used to be my go to browser app. It has been changed so much, it's barely usable for me now. My tabs used to auto close on closing of the app, now they stay open, and the "close once a day" function doesn't work. Very sad to see this browser go down the tubes. Firefox used to be the only viable alternative to Chrome, now it's not much better.

  47. rue-avatar



    i adore this app!! i really love the collections feature! i'm able to save my fave sites and have them at a moment's notice! but...if i may, what was wrong with the last version? this one crashes, doesn't remember history, and the interface is pretty hard to get used to. but i'm sure you guys are doing your best (ง •̀ω•́)ง✧ so thank you!!

  48. Philip Parker-avatar

    Philip Parker


    Epic fail! Bring back the previous version. The latest is much less efficient than the previous version. Quite awkward too. Don't just take my word for it - look at the massive # of 1-star posts over the last month. I read dozens of them, and agree with them all. Go back and start over with user-verified testing of big GUI changes. A simple choice: make the previous version available again, or lose the lions share of your user base. Long-time users like me are quickly leaving the droid version

  49. Maert Mac-avatar

    Maert Mac


    I have used Firefox since I first heard of it on PC but this latest version on Android kills the OS of older versions of Android. The app repeated crashes even if not in use. I have to Force Stop the app in order to use other Apps. On my mobile, running a newer OS, there are no issues, so is it just badly optimised or now incompatible?

  50. Joshua Altenbeck-avatar

    Joshua Altenbeck


    I used to really love this app because it let me adjust my data useage and my experience based on whether I was on Internet or data. However recent updates have made this app a huge data hog, I have to pretty much disable it if I plan to be on data or expect to use up a full gigabyte in one day just by searching for information or only looking at text

  51. Farhaan Kanji-avatar

    Farhaan Kanji


    The latest update no longer shows when a password was last used. So if you've used FF for years, keep secure passwords, and switch them frequently, you'll no longer know which is the most recent. Two weeks after the initial update and it's still a complete guessing game as to which features are broken or removed. If you haven't had a problem yet, switch proactively.

  52. C 2-avatar

    C 2


    A recent major update moved the address bar to the bottom of the screen. It's honestly not that useful - how often does one need that bar? Tried it for a little while and found it doesn't play nice with a number of websites I use and toggled the address bar back to the top. No change, and there's now a blank gap at the bottom where Firefox wants to put the address bar. It covers up whatever website I'm trying to view but disappears if I scroll up. This should have spent more time in beta.

  53. Jacob Burger-avatar

    Jacob Burger


    Everything about this new design is substantially worse, and significantly harder to use. Tabs are gone, the search bar's on the bottom, it's ugly, and it doesn't match the traditional Firefox aesthetic. Also removes support for mainstream add-ons and security features. Leaves me desperate for the ability to undo the update. The one nice new feature is the ability to copy the web address of all my tabs at once. Which will at least make switching to a competitor's service less of a hassle.

  54. Mike L-avatar

    Mike L


    Fatally flawed. Hate the cramped window for viewing the list of tabs and no way to reorder them. Sending to device almost always collapses the set of known devices down to a single "offline" icon, even though tabs+ are sync'd. Used to be able to send to another device from other apps using "add to Firefox" share function; not anymore. That was my favorite feature. Default browser is now Opera.

  55. Chase Eshelman-avatar

    Chase Eshelman


    The new update is beyond terrible. Overall slower and some of the functionality that originally made me prefer this over chrome is now gone (Now, I can only share image url instead of image itself). Also, I loved how I could have a new tab open to my bookmarks. Now, I have to click a few buttons to get to them, and even adding them to collections is still slower than the old way. EDIT: it's nice that they added frequently visited sites, but I would prefer to have my bookmarks back!

  56. itsjust gregsan-avatar

    itsjust gregsan


    Was good. They messed it up. Please put it back. Where are my top sites now, anyway? *edit* top sites are back, thank you. However, to use them, you've got to open yet another tab instead of just tapping the address bar. Sooo, not very helpful. On some of my devices, I can't go longer than 5 minutes without a full on crash. This unintuitive, jumbled, broken mess of a browser couldn't possibly have come from the same Firefox team we've come to love! Revert it back, and I'll update to 5 stars

  57. Randy D-avatar

    Randy D


    I Don't like the new version. The old one was 5 stars. Can I go back to that one? The new Home Page stinks. I use to be able to see my favorites from the home screen, and swipe over to see history. I just spent 30 minutes trying to setup these "collections", as apposed to just swiping over to see my favorites. To get to favorites, you have to close down the stupid pop up for searching, even though search is already on the home page, then click on the three little dots on the side.

  58. Durandal IV-avatar

    Durandal IV


    This UI update is terrible. Some of it I can appreciate, however it is noticeably slower. Also, who thought it was a good idea to get rid of the ability to sort your tabs?! I go to sort all my open tabs, and it asks if I want to save my collection instead? No, I do not want to save my collection of tabs. Why? Because Firefox is going to remember them anyways! I hope the developers are paying attention to all the reviews about this "necessary update" because they're not necessarily glowing.

  59. Abby St. Constantine-avatar

    Abby St. Constantine


    Worst worst worst redesign ever! Christ, who thought this was a good idea? Why fix what's not broken? Pages now take forever to load or blank out at random, the invaluable Save as pdf option is gone, long deleted history is back with a vengeance, the homepage is just depressing and disorienting. I could go on and on but I only have 500 words to vent. After decades of using Firefox, it looks like I have to find a new browser. Way to go, Mozilla!

  60. Critterbob Myers-avatar

    Critterbob Myers


    Add-ons gone, bookmarks hard to get to. I don't understand the changes to make this version more difficult to use and to eliminate add-ons I find useful in my PC and Mac versions. This upgrade is a step backwards and a major disappointment. Frequently logins, which are remembered in other platforms are completely forgotten here to where they have to be looked up. I hate the steps to get to the bookmarks that used to be easily accessible in the menu bar. Also sometimes opens in private mode.

  61. Bob Street-avatar

    Bob Street


    Awful. The previous version of Firefox worked perfectly. It was easy and intuitive to use, everything was in easy reach (favourites, bookmarks, history etc) in clear tabs, it allowed personalisation of the header appearance, and I experienced no problems whatsoever. That's all gone. It's been replaced by a totally bland nondescript homepage which has no sense of identity and offers no customisation other than a choice of light or dark background. It's terrible, not even worth a 1 star rating.

  62. Leonardo Seiti-avatar

    Leonardo Seiti


    I like some of the new functions, such as the toolbar on the bottom of the screen and the ability to switch tabs by swipping, but I suspect you guys will not be able to build support for some addons I use. I can wait and see since I use my computer much more than I use my phone, but I honestly doubt it. I won't switch browsers because I have Firefox synced with my computer (the PC version is great), but I would have rated this 5 stars before the update.

  63. David Speaks-avatar

    David Speaks


    I'm a bit disappointed that some useful functionality was removed with the latest version, including easy access to recently closed tabs, which I cannot find anywhere, and history/bookmarks, which are now buried in a menu. Honestly, I don't see why anyone would need Collections if they have bookmarks. Please add these options back to the Home screen, or allow customization in Settings.

  64. David S.-avatar

    David S.


    Was good while it lasted. Latest version is catastrophic. I remember Firefox being clean and simple. Now it's bloated with unwanted features and bugs. Navigation is exceptionally cluncky. You're required to open a new tab to visit a bookmark or collections link. Collections links are like bookmarks but found in the "new tab" page instead of the menu. All my addons are broken. I've waited for publishers to update. None have. I tried looking for alternatives. Can't find any. What happened?

  65. Mick Gorro-avatar

    Mick Gorro


    Ever since the last "look update", the URL bar is at the bottom, as opposed to basically any other browser I've ever used, both on mobile and on computer. WHY? You know the saying "If it ain't broke, don't fix it"? Moreover, scrolling up in the window selection menu makes it close, meaning that, if you have more windows open than those visible upon opening the menu and those further down, you CANNOT access them without opening a new one: blatant flaw. Also, no bug report feature? YA KIDDIN?

  66. D P-avatar

    D P


    An update ruined everything. My add-ons don't work now so the ad-block doesn't work at all anymore. Youtube is now broken. Full screen gets cut off and video controls don't show up on full screen. I have to use Edge to watch YouTube or other video sites. Forget trying to watch videos on Reddit. Also, I can't find an option to report broken or poorly displayed webpages. If it exists, Firefox has hidden it really well. It won't let me download torrent files either so back to a different browser.

  67. P T-avatar

    P T


    Used to have option to close tabs, clear search data automatically when closed. Now it doesn't. Like most browsers, starts good, then they 'improve' it to suck more over time. What idiot designers have you hired and allowed to destroy your browser? I've installed Opera - and am uninstalling this garbage version. It was great, but no longer. READ what people are telling you. Go back to the previous version and regain market share. Until then, bye.

  68. 99montez34-avatar



    The bookmarks menu is not as easily accessible and bookmarks won't open in an existing window, so now I have to manually close the previous (and now unwanted) window afterward. Another new problem is having to close all windows before deleting history, otherwise it isn't actually deleted. User defined settings were also removed; there are virtually no user customization options. Firefox has been downgraded! Update: rating is down to 3.9 now, so it should be obvious that we all dislike it. :(

  69. István Nagy-avatar

    István Nagy


    The built-in search engine is really annoying. If I open a new window, I don't know when I start typing, is It already the Google search engine or just the status bar, and I can type in the URL. It was way better in the past, when I opened a new tab, there were icons, also Google search and IT was easy to choose what I wanted to do. Please get rid of this kind of built-in search option! Thank you in advance!

  70. Twogun Mickey-avatar

    Twogun Mickey


    Used to be good. UI is broken. You can no longer set a home page. You have to use their stupid customized page. The same junk they did with the desktop version. Share image feature does not share the image, but a link to the image. Bookmark interface is horrible. I want Firefox to succeed. I'm cheering for them. I'd even call myself a fan, but these kind of changes are completely wrong. I want to keep using Firefox, please don't force me to switch.

  71. Prince Ali-avatar

    Prince Ali


    I barely write a review, this new update is so unfreindly that convinced me to do so. Comparing to the last update, you made it difficult for me to find my bookmarks. I have to look for them everytime i open a new tab. Its more time consuming to look for my book mark files. 0You also removed the youtube adblock feature. So sorry for you that you decide to bend over for google. It's time for me to look for another browser.

  72. Bernard Santos-avatar

    Bernard Santos


    My go to before this new update. They removed background play features for all videos. The tabs would auto refresh if you're out of it for 30 seconds. This UI is also that as intuitive. It's very touchy and has no easy access to the forward button. Why is the address bar on the button? Who's the genius who okayed that? I keep pressing the bar and making me switch tabs all the time. But really, I don't care much about the UI changes compared to the UX and can't listen to videos in the BG.

  73. Sara Buckle-Spears-avatar

    Sara Buckle-Spears


    As someone who began using Firefox almost from the start, and have seen it through all its iterations, and not one to instantly dislike app upgrades and give them a chance for me to get used to them. Other than having a collection option on bookmarks, I personally dislike this new version so much I have stopped using it. I personally find it is not intuitive to use, and something about the overall look for me is not pleasant.

  74. Gregg-avatar



    I have used Firefox on my computers for a long time and it is top notch. However, mobile is a different story altogether. I have always downloaded it on my phone, but am always searching for another browser due to the speed, it is very slow. After the last update, it is horrendously slow. It blows my mind to think that Firefox still can't get it right when it comes to their mobile app. I will be uninstalling it and checking back every so often to see if any improvements have been made.

  75. Gernth Tab-avatar

    Gernth Tab


    Firefox used to be a great browser for use on tablets, looking and feeling like the desktop version. Over time, it has become more like a phone browser, and now it is, quite frankly, an appalling user experience on a tablet. I can't see all my tabs, I've lost my extensions, and there's no way to fix an interface that only makes sense on a tiny screen. I will be sad to see it go, and I will keep using the desktop version, but on android it's time to uninstall and move on.

  76. Kateface Malone-avatar

    Kateface Malone


    This version sucks. The layout is annoying, but worse, there is no background play, rendering the browser completely useless. I can't even listen to YouTube videos any more, unless I leave the screen of my mobile on. Switching to desktop mode does not fix the issue. Completely rediculous. Please tell me how to download version 69, I want that addon back, surely it's not rocket science?

  77. Tyler Vierra-avatar

    Tyler Vierra


    Used to absolutely love this browser. Used it over chrome easily. After the update it's become a shell of its former self. The tab menu design is the absolute worst of it. The tab menu requires you to scroll up and down using your finger, however the tab menu is also dismissed by scrolling down with your finger. It makes it literally impossible to scroll through the tabs sometimes. Huge step backwards.

  78. J K-avatar

    J K


    The update changed Firefox for the worst. The new UX is terrible, it is not nearly as intuitive and natural feeling as before. The tab changer feels forced and is unpleasant. Add-on support has been greatly limited, many of the add-ons I rely on are now broken without any warning. LastPass no longer works with Firefox because it disables the ability to write over it like before. I'd much rather go back to the old version if I could.

  79. Matei Muntiu-avatar

    Matei Muntiu


    On the newer version the Save page option has disappeared. WOW! I've read previous comments too and I am surprised how many people are unhappy with the new release. Mozilla, many people are asking 'why fix something that is not broken?'. I am asking the same thing. What is your reply? This new version is completely useless and counter productive. WHYYYY....? 😭

  80. Atomic Viking-avatar

    Atomic Viking


    Well, it's disappointing that we all got downgraded from the old Firefox with a sleeker -looking, but less-functional updated version. I would have uninstalled Firefox altogether if it weren't for the add-ons. Say what you will, Firefox still has the best ad-blocking add-ons of any browser. But the say truth is, I can no longer use Firefox as my only browser after it got nerfed. I have to have others now to make up for Firefox's deficiencies. Read the other reviews. There are plenty grievances.

  81. Nick Stone-avatar

    Nick Stone


    I have been using firefox for years. It was the shining light over Chrome and IE/Edge. The new upgrade takes away what made firefox a better choice. They don't think we are smart enough to pick our own add-ons or customizations. You take millions of dollars from Google , so I guess you can't bite the hand that feeds you. I don't need firefox anymore. I'm going to uninstall Firefox and find a better browser. If I want Chrome, I'll use the real one. It works better than a firefox copy.

  82. Cero Melkonian-avatar

    Cero Melkonian


    It's kind of slow compared to other browsers but it's better in other aspects. Lately it has been acting weird, in some sites it does not offer any option to auto-fill my saved usernames and passwords and that is an issue. Also Adblock plus is not "compatible" anymore.

  83. Craig Farnes-avatar

    Craig Farnes


    Latest update ruined this browser. Main thing that drives me nuts is if you lock your phone while on a tab and then go back to it later for some reason it then takes you to the home screen, so you have to go into your tabs and reopen what you had on the screen. This causes a complete refresh of the page, meaning any data you had typed onto the page is lost. Why can't my tab just be left open like it used to be? How is this update a improvement??

  84. Edward Tattsyrup-avatar

    Edward Tattsyrup


    I really don't understand what the point was of the latest update. Firefox used to be a great browser but now it's a barely navigable mess. I think it's probably time for me to switch to Chrome. [Edit] I see that Mozilla claim the new layout was necessary because of 'collective feedback.' I wonder if they've read much of the collective feedback on the update as most of it seems to be negative. There's no doubt this was a bad mistake.

  85. c m-avatar

    c m


    Update: the downloading problem is better and I can open the file but it is still partially buggy or finicky. Update: Currently selecting a drop down menu on a website calendar seems to be working. No problem using a different browser they're all related issues. What the hell. I prefer the way the old Firefox browser look as well. Very disappointed at the defect and no comment on when it might be fixed. At least they should allow me to go to the prior version.

  86. Jerry-avatar



    I have followed all Firefox advice, and it's still a bad browser. After ALL updates, it's just a shell of what it once was. It is extremely insecure and allows ANY other sites to scan memory for documents and/or images at will. New version is not good compared to the July version. This is a poor effort, amateurish at best. Not as good as some other browsers available. Pretty sad watching a once good thing disintegrate like this is. Note; once you update, you can't go back to any previous version

  87. MetalNinja Jesus-avatar

    MetalNinja Jesus


    Going to use the OPERA browser for now. I'd like to return to the old Firefox but it looks like Mozilla is sticking to this new, unintuitive design. The last update did nothing with my two biggest issues (awkward tab system and can't access my downlaods). Maybe they'll fix it and it'll be good again but I'm not interested in getting frustrated with it being a guinea pig for what should've been in beta and if it was, you had terrible testers or "yes" people doing it.

  88. Robert Reynolds-avatar

    Robert Reynolds


    New version is a huge step backwards. Yes, it feels a little faster, but it's missing things that made prior versions so great: - Opening tabs on the background is gone. I loved having this so I could click multiple links without switching back and forth multiple times. - Most extensions no longer work. It's nice to have an ad blocker, but I miss extensions that limit the time I waste on certain websites, or block comment sections. - Pages randomly load to a blank screen, and reloads don't help.

  89. J M-avatar

    J M


    Once again, something wasn't broken, yet it was "fixed". Just updated to the latest version, and now there's no option to make my Bookmarks default as the first thing i see on the browser window upon opening Firefox like i had before the update. I see that i can have a "most visited sites" setting, but no setting to just show my Bookmarks like before. Please add this option as a customization option. No reason to have removed it.

  90. Aaron Thompson-avatar

    Aaron Thompson


    Several small steps forward with some major steps back. Recent major updates to the UI were a little weird at first, but with a little time, I actually like them. Unfortunately a few things got borked for which the listed solutions all require editing about:config which has been removed. I've personally worked on open source projects and am no stranger to idiots messing up their own installation and blaming it on the devs. I have never hamstrung a product to cater to those people. The number of people who tinker that deeply in software then somehow don't believe it's their fault for breaking it is miniscule, and far smaller than the number of people with legitimate use cases for tinkering. If Gecko was so under-prepared to be released with feature parity at a minimum, the release should have been delayed until it is ready. I am not interested in unstable nightly releases for my day-to-day browser. Please re-enable about:config in the main release version.

  91. Joel Dillman-avatar

    Joel Dillman


    Seriously, they ruined a great UI. It's terrible. There's no getting around it. It's slower, less responsive, and requires more user input to work. The worst part is the removed functionality. You can no longer lock the toolbar on screen, or a dozen other things. You can no longer set a custom home screen. You can no longer listen to podcasts in a different tab! I don't want to keep the podcast tab open! Firefox on Android went from a must-have to a bottom-of-the-barrel piece of trash.

  92. Vic G-avatar

    Vic G


    The new update is a disaster in many ways, with the tab changes the one I dislike the most. It is a multi-step process now to switch tabs as only one tab at a time is open on the screen. After using for just a few hours, the arthritis pain in my hands has been amplified by many degrees just due to the excessive taps to get to the tabs. Mozilla, please give us back the old, easier tab selection!

  93. Bob Nelson-avatar

    Bob Nelson


    The latest "update" has made this browser pretty much useless. Whoever thought this was an improvement should be fired. My bookmarks are gone. There is no way to change my settings, or even know what they are. For all I know, Firefox may have entirely compromised my privacy and security settings. I have switched to another browser.

  94. Craig Sniff-avatar

    Craig Sniff


    Will continue to use Firefox, but I'm at a loss as to why this version (since this last major update) can't sort bookmarks, or at the very least, group folders apart from bookmarks which aren't in folders. This wasn't an issue prior to the latest major update, and it's not an issue with Firefox Nightly. Not convenient to have to sort through large numbers of bookmarks. Big step backwards in terms of user experience. Another update, and STILL can't sort bookmarks.

  95. ShadeYuki-avatar



    Fine browser, but doesn't allow you to save files directly to your phone storage. Insists on only saving to the app itself or to the SIM card with no options to select a different location. I have no SIM card in my current phone, meaning I have no way to access and use my downloaded files. Would love to continue using the app, but this is a serious bother for me.

  96. Tom Richardson-avatar

    Tom Richardson


    Why try and fix something that wasn't broken. I can't stand this new version of Firefox. I went to the Mozilla site to find out what could be done about this mess. I found groups of people that work there, Engineers, Developers, Designers, Programmers ... but no group of customers or end-users. It made me wonder, who asked for the stuff in this version? Who made this more complicated? Who made this app garish with all these goofy colors? Where did the Firefox people get their requirements?

  97. Jessica Mulligan-avatar

    Jessica Mulligan


    DO NOT UPDATE. The new update is terrible. The tabs are harder to see in a list as opposed to the boxes, and harder to scroll through. Opening a new tab used to be pretty much double tapping the same area, but now the new tab button has moved. As I went to open a new tab I accidently closed a tab, since the "new tab" button is conviently located on top of the "close tab" buttons of open tabs. Undo didn't work and there is no more option to restore recently closed tabs in the history.

  98. Stefan Jager-avatar

    Stefan Jager


    Going to uninstall. I could learn to live with the ugly UI (why is it these days that a more recent item is shown at the bottom instead of at the top?), but this version breaks websites. I can't use my own mapping projects anymore, so I'm either going back to 68 or to Chrome. Edit: nope. Your latest version is still unusable. Sticking to Opera. Why did you have to mess up the sorting in bookmarks anyway?

  99. Victor J-avatar

    Victor J


    So it's good , can use desktop add-ons. But for some reason they decided to make it default the address bar on the bottom, and if you put in top. For some reason there would be a white bar the size of the address bar in the bottom.... Until they fix this bug I'll give it a one star, can't use my full screen because I have a address bar on top and a white bar on bottom

  100. Anthony T-avatar

    Anthony T


    The last firefox was good. Then there was an upgrade that totally killed all the great functionality. Every time i reopen firefox it opens a new tab, resulting in 25+ tabs very quickly. I just want to have my last tab open when i reopen the app. Not to mention, if i go to the previous tab there's no way to go back to the previous page. Super annoying. All my great addons no longer work. Downgrading because this upgrade is anything but. Frustrated, annoyed and confused. Why did you kill the good

  101. Elliot Melloy-avatar

    Elliot Melloy


    This was a great browser until the recent update, with all the buttons and controls moved around unnecessarily, and no longer has support for old extensions. I want my old browser interface back and I want all my extensions back! You could have approached it differently with a button to switch between old and new layout instead of forcing this downgrade on everyone. Just look at the number of 1* reviews being posted and still try to tell us it was a 'necessary change based on user feedback.'

  102. Khoisan Mensa-avatar

    Khoisan Mensa


    Very disappointing that the print to/PDF function has been removed. (Aside from numerous other issues cited) Sadly, this will force many users, including myself to abandon Firefox, after many years of loyalty. No explanation given for such a change. Simply just ignoring the expressed users' concerns about lost PDF functionality, is most disingenuous. Most frustrating. When/if it is restored, I may download again, but next time I'll read the reviews before proceeding! What a shame.

  103. Sharon Stoned-avatar

    Sharon Stoned


    I wanted to add a search engine not listed in the available options, Firefox allowed me to add it but it never appears in the list, I tried re-adding it but it says there is already one there with the same name. This is disappointing to say the least. Please add Ecosia to the search list. As with others I am also disappointed to see there are so few add-ons available, I have used Firefox for 15 years and loved it until this latest update, I don't want to leave you but I may do yet..

  104. Daniel Hart-avatar

    Daniel Hart


    Used to be the best browser for Android thanks to allowing Add-Ons, unlike most other mobile browsers. Now, it's simply non-functional. Super slow, constantly having to reload tabs that I was just on, constantly losing the page I was on and just showing "Blank" in the URL instead. I've reluctantly been forced to abandon it and switch to Brave instead. Might check in again in a few months time to see if it's all been fixed. Really want to support Mozilla but damn is the app broken at the moment

  105. Loucas Lambrinos-avatar

    Loucas Lambrinos


    Used to be my favourite Android browser. After the last update a number of annoying problems have appeared. Upon opening it always goes to a hew tab. Downloaded images are nowhere to to found in galery. FB tab always starts with a black curtain over it. You need to click on it to go away. Very strange.

  106. Mohammad Sayyafzadeh-avatar

    Mohammad Sayyafzadeh


    I have switched back to Android last year after several years to enjoy the freedom offered by Firefox adds on, eg. background video. Now, I am considering to change to iPhone again. I have been using Firefox and Thunderbirds on my all devices regardless of the OS, Mac Linux and Win and I was having the same level of freedom on my android device.

  107. And E-avatar

    And E


    Firefox has nice features/privacy, but it also has performance issues. I like the tracking protection and ability to add search engines. The problem is some tabs won't load (they're blank despite having a url). Websites with "menus" that follow me as I scroll can flicker on the menu. On YouTube, the Firefox url bar autohides as I scroll, but when I tap on the page, the url bar suddenly appears and shifts the page slightly, causing me to tap incorrectly.

  108. Sabrina Combs-avatar

    Sabrina Combs


    This is incredibly slow loading pages to the extent that I usually close firefox and use another browser. Never had a problem with the previous version. Tabs stay open unless you manually close this which means you could have MANY tabs open and eating up memory. Firefox has been my browser for phones and computers for years, but I am getting frustrated to the point of giving up on it.

  109. Rick Shaw-avatar

    Rick Shaw


    Boy, did Firefox mess up a good thing. I can't set a Start Page anymore. I can't put Bookmarks on the home page. My choice to delete data on exit was changed by the update. My choice to never accept login&password requests was changed as well. I can't begin to find the words to express my displeasure for what has happened to a browser I've used for decades.

  110. Christopher-avatar



    I still like the privacy so I'll stick with Firefox, but this release should be a lesson on how to not release a new browser. I can no longer download files in a private tab, as Firefox gives me an error every time). I can no longer set my bookmarks page to be the first thing I see when I open a new tab, which was very handy in the prior version. Bookmarks are in some crazy order so I have to visually search for them.

  111. Fred Toon-avatar

    Fred Toon


    Lost my home page, difficult to access bookmarks, ad blocker seems to be crippled. I don't need your stupid front page that blathers garbage I only need to see once. Can't we concentrate on usability instead of feel-good? It's as though they WANT you to drop it like a hot potato. Was it a corporate decision to make the world's best browser SUCK? Now, if I leave it running, I get warnings from Android System that "Firefox is using the battery." NOT a good thing. NOT READY FOR PRIME TIME. Removed.

  112. Roman J-avatar

    Roman J


    Oct7/20 update: YouTube tabs in desktop view still crash after an undetermined amount of time. After a tab crash in desktop view and restoring that tab, the tab cannot be changed between desktop/mobile view. App will only display mobile view despite the desktop view option being active (turning this on and off only reloads the page in mobile view) Galaxy S9+ Android 10

  113. Chris Simon-avatar

    Chris Simon


    The interface is awkward. Please bring back the tabs across the top rather than having to select them from a different screen . Bring back Bookmarks functionality as it used to be. Remove Collections, it's unnecesary and gets in the way. Sites keep opening in Mobile mode, no way to save Desktop mode. Bookmarks: complete mess. (Edit: no amount of joining forums will tell me how to solve these things.Take notice of what people are telling you here. This is what reviews & feedback are for.)

  114. ForwardSlashTab ForwardSlashTab-avatar

    ForwardSlashTab ForwardSlashTab


    Edit: Newest update is awful. When I go to open a new tab, please for the love of god just let me open the tab without forcing my keyboard to come up on the search bar. If I wanted to search something, I'll go to the actual website, thank you very much. And don't get me started on the tabs themselves! Let me choose whether the tabs should appear newest on top or on bottom, and let me reorganize them how I please.

  115. Christopher Barry-avatar

    Christopher Barry


    New version sucks. Ok that's a bit harsh, but it's different, and annoyingly so. It must get a preference to turn off this collections nonsense ASAP. I do not want to open up the browser to that every time. AND allow sorting bookmarks or dragging them to the position wanted. Now need many more clicks to do things and my bookmarks are all out of order. Frustrating. Why did you think that this was a good idea? [EDIT] No, it absolutely sucks now. Am quitting ff for good. I know many will follow me.

  116. DeathByBunnies-avatar



    As someone who has a lot of tabs open at all times, the new single-column open tabs list is strictly inferior to the previous two-column version, both showing less tabs onscreen at once, and making it harder to remember what is where. Oh, and it doesn't even use the whole screen. Maybe it's not a big deal to most people, but it's crippled my use of the app. Also, the new tab button being a weird floating button at the bottom of the screen sucks. Dark mode is nice. EDIT: Can't move tabs either.

  117. Sandi Goldring-avatar

    Sandi Goldring


    The new interface sucks! Unfortunately, I got this POS as an automatic update. Perhaps Mozilla would be more reluctant to waste users' time with gratuitous learning curves if we billed them for our wasted time. So glad I still have mobile Chrome, which at least works predictably. After 16 years of being happiest with Firefox, I think it's finally time to set my default browser to anything but. Update: 10/10/2020 - - the new, idiotic UI & features remain unchanged.

  118. Tim Collins-avatar

    Tim Collins


    The lack of support for legacy add-ons now makes Firefox on Android, unusable for my purposes. Furthermore, failure to provide an uninstall/downgrade option for an 'upgrade' of this nature is shocking. Switched to Kiwi Browser. It's not quite as convenient as Firefox used to be, but it's a LOT better than the new Firefox version, for my purposes.

  119. Frankie Polak-avatar

    Frankie Polak


    This update ruined everything I held dear about Firefox. The reason I switched to Firefox was because it had the ability to automatically close tabs on exit. That has been taken from me. I also grew to love the syncing of bookmarks between mobile and desktop. That doesn't work anymore. Update: The new option to close tabs after one day is better, but still worse than before.

  120. Michael White-avatar

    Michael White


    29 September - New update addressed the sluggishness. When app first starts, it defaults back to last website visited. For privacy purposes, should not happen. Default to a 'homescreen' or to the list of most used sites. Of which, the old version had large evenly spaced icons that matched a person's finger. New list is too small. To get to this list, you have to close all tabs. Defaulting to the list is more friendly.

  121. Anita Goodwin-avatar

    Anita Goodwin


    This app was great but it sucks now. I cannot pick where to save downloads. When I open links from facebook so I can read them later, Firefox closes the page if I switch back to facebook. I cannot look at my open tabs in another view besides list view. The addition of folders was the only good part to this update. I get that I can find the file if I hunt it down. It used to just save in my gallery. Just do that again.

  122. Пламен Косев-avatar

    Пламен Косев


    1. Open in app button on the toolbar was very very useful! Please put it back! 2. The new tab button was very easy to use. Now I have to move my finger from one end of the screen to the other. How was the UX that decided this was more convenient for the users?! 3. Just stop trying to emulate chrome we choose Firefox BECAUSE IT'S NOT CHROME!!!

  123. Cal Rasmussen-avatar

    Cal Rasmussen


    Terrible. No home page. Firefox used to be my favorite browser. The windows version is still good .PLEASE DON'T CHANGE IT! Several "updates" later and still terrible!. PLEASE BRING BACK HOME PAGE. I can still use bookmarks and manually enter url's but navigation is very difficult, If there was a way to use the Windows version here on Andfoid, I would jump at the chance! DON'T CHANGE WINDOWS VERSION.

  124. Bob Lang-avatar

    Bob Lang


    This version of Firefox is very disappointing. I really wish I could revert to an earlier version. I'm particularly sad that BBC Sounds playback is no longer smooth and seemless. Now it's subject to random pauses and the stop/pause/play often take many seconds after they're pressed before they actually do anything. None of this happened with the earlier version. I also dislike the overall l&f of the app, which is ugly, with illogical tabs and menus, poorly customisable and lacks themes.

  125. Sara Phin-avatar

    Sara Phin


    Add-ons are basically gone, the new version sucks. Time to find a new browser that has not sold out to Google and the rest of the nosey corporate phuckers. The old version needs to be restored. Every techie knows that it is possible to dump this new piece of junk. After over 10 years, I have to find a new browser that remembers it is not about the developers.

  126. Alan Britt-avatar

    Alan Britt


    Firefox has succeeded in making a great browser mediocre. Can no longer determine which home page (bookmarks, most used, etc) to use. Can't organize bookmarks. Have to kill a tab rather than simply backing out of it. They have simply added keystrokes to whatever one tries to do. User experience has taken a severe beating with this release. I'm looking for another browser and switching asap.

  127. Brent Zenobia-avatar

    Brent Zenobia


    Not at all happy with this upgrade. There is now this wierd horizontal bar near the bottom of the screen that is causing multiple problems. Posting to Discus is broken, it is no longer possible to post images at all and when typing with the keyboard the screen freezes every few seconds and the app becomes unresponsive. I can't tell if the memory leak problem from the previous version has finally been fixed. I've been a Firefox user for over 20 years now and I'm about ready to finally give up.

  128. Joshua Bagwell-avatar

    Joshua Bagwell


    I love Firefox on desktop. It's extensible, and the layout just works. My 2 main issues with mobile, is small amount of supported extensions, which probably isn't anything you can do, and lack of high refresh rate support. The last is a deal breaker. Websites need to be able to scroll at the same rate as my phone's 90Hz screen.

  129. mo tek-avatar

    mo tek


    As usual, some widely used add-ons are not compatible. Why not working in close contact with the most used add-ons authors and see how to integrate them? Web pages translate by Filipe Ps, 4.8 score, more than 46k users, for example. The loading speed is less than satisfactory. @Mozilla - most of the internet traffic is by mobile devices today, pls consider it as priority over PC platform. Thanks.

  130. Bernie Lee-avatar

    Bernie Lee


    Is there a way to roll back to the old version? I still want to give my support to Firefox but this version is not cutting it. It is so frustrating to use! The 1 thing i can't stand the most is that my tabs keep piling up each time i open a link from elsewhere. The only way i can close them all is to ... and Quit. Now tell me, who in the world properly exits an app on Android? We would normally swipe to close the app!!! This is the 1st time I have been so disappointed with a Firefox update!

  131. Louis Gabriel-avatar

    Louis Gabriel


    I have used Firefox for years! This version, however, has disabled access to about:config...also, it has a bunch of scary data collection settings turned on by default. Come on guys, sketchy stuff like this is Apple's game. Firefox should be a haven for those of us who still value a bit of privacy and customization.

  132. Crys L-avatar

    Crys L


    Not a fan of the latest update. Having the address bar on the bottom is ok, I guess, but I hate the layout of tabs now, all in one column instead of rows of two thumbnails--which was handy for finding the tab I need by association. Doesn't seem to be a way to change it. Hate what's on offer on a blank tab. Hate history layout. Plus, when I'm in the middle of reading something and turn off my screen a moment or switch btwn apps, I come back & the page reloads me to the top--freaking frustrating!

  133. Andy P-avatar

    Andy P


    I so want to remain a Firefox user, but my loyalties have been ridiculously strained over the years with features and customisations being removed time and time again. We are now at the point where basically no extensions work and the add-on developers have all got so annoyed they can't be bothered any more. And this total redesign sucks big time. It's got an awful look and feel, everything is in the wrong places, it crashes or hangs repeatedly and keeps showing blank screens. I hate it, sorry.

  134. Jay-avatar



    Before this last 'update' (DOWNGRADE) Firefox was the best browser around. I guess someone at Firefox thought it would be real funny to dink around with everyone who uses the thing by PUTTING THE SEARCH BAR ON THE BOTTOM! and completely changing the look of the screen that shows open tabs. I'm thinking it was someone's last day working there and they were thinking, "How can I really mess people up?" At any rate, it is now almost as bad as that malware called "Microsoft Edge". I want the old FF!

  135. Tom B-avatar

    Tom B


    The good gone bad, I've used Firefox for years and since the last update it has locked up when a web site asks for location permission. Then becomes unresponsive. And I must force close. Since I've all ways used Firefox and liked it , I was very disappointed. I'm forced to use other browser for now , but will check back on another update to see if problem is resolved.

  136. Joe Joeson-avatar

    Joe Joeson


    Firefox recently removed everything that made it a useful browser, the ability to add extensions to it that let you control how you used the browser. As it stands right now, it's no different to google chrome with the exception of a few privacy addons. I love firefox on desktop, but the mobile app is a huge disappointment. Just being able to navigate and load pages is a low bar for browser performance in an age where we can access multiple high quality options.

  137. Bernie Rosenson-avatar

    Bernie Rosenson


    So..I have been using Firefox for Android for about a year or so. I have all of my bookmarks saved in their respective folders. In this new version of Firefox for Android, the list of folders is at the very bottom so I have to spend time scrolling through hundreds of book marks to get to my folders. Can the developer tell me. 1. How can I move the folders to the top, or get to them faster 2. How can I arrange the folders in alphabetical order in Firefox for Android. Thanks

  138. Christian Howarth-avatar

    Christian Howarth


    My goto browser of many years has just had an "upgrade" and whilst I like the idea of better behind-the-scenes security, breaking Addon support will cause user migration. The light theme means that you can't see the android home or back buttons, which is a problem as there is no longer at back/forward button on the URL toolbar (the forward button has been moved to the menu?!). The Tabs have just gone, and the commonly used/top sites that appeared when you tapped the URL bar is MIA, along with quick access to the bookmarks and history. Also when you open a bookmark form the menu it spawns a new tab, not good for anyone with only a middling-performance device. The automatic rollup of the toolbar is unstable, css and java rolling menu's appear to confuse it, this can cause the site to realign unexpectedly and cause mishits on links. Wait ten seconds or so before tapping after opening any rollout menu for the display to stablise. I am currently considering importing my bookmarks, history, etc. back into Chrome. Edit: Removed 1 Star. After further use several additional flaws have become apparent. When opening the App it is does not open to the same place each time, sometimes it opens to the NewTab page, others the last tab I was using, and often just an about:blank page. The auto rollup of the url bar leaves a black bar across the bottom of the page which obstructs the last part of the page and prevents the use of any links in the area. You can no longer disable the prefetch 'feature' which means that on any forum that tracks your reading progress, if you move from your tablet/phone to a computer you can miss pages that you have already "read". I've disabled this in every browser I've ever used. When switching between tabs, an annoying process, I get the about:blank page 20%? of the time. At least once per session. As a bonus they brought the Back Button back, it's hidden in the menu when with the Forward and Refresh buttons.

  139. Mason Larcombe-avatar

    Mason Larcombe


    The update has removed; recently closed tabs, change tab order and the homepage. In theory, I can recreate my homepage using collections but I can't sort or reorder collections, the newest thing I add to a collection goes to the top of the list and new collections go on top of older collections. I don't like that the tabs page can be dragged, I'd like to lock it at fullscreen. Finally, we still can't sort or reorder bookmarks outside of the desktop browser.

  140. deb wagner-avatar

    deb wagner


    I'd give you zero rating if possible! This latest update ruined my favorite browser! It's so cumbersome, doesn't remember simple page settings. And, no the recent re-updates didn't help! Everytime I open or refresh a page I have to go through multiple setting changes to return to the setting I made the last time I was at the page. Horrible for users with multiple tabs and bookmarks. I'll be looking for a new browser asap.

  141. Steve Thornton-avatar

    Steve Thornton


    All I can say is why did you do this? Nothing seems to close properly on Firefox since the update. I close all tabs before exit, but when I start Firefox again all the tabs are still there? I have tried setting it to delete history on exit but this doesn't work. Tabs remain even after a manual deletion of history. When you close the Firefox window, I don't believe Firefox actually closes every time. Sometimes there is a pause before a website opens which didn't happen before the update.

  142. Benni p-avatar

    Benni p


    I'd prefer that opening Firefox opens your last viewed tab - or at least gave you the option to set this as the default behaviour. 'Collections' is not helpful in practice. The new minimal UI looks clean but it has stripped away options/settings, which were genuinely useful in previous versions - all noted by other reviewers. Extensions: I guess the backend was significantly rewritten. I'd be fascinated to know the product management and BI strategy, which led to this UI change.

  143. Colleen Abbott-avatar

    Colleen Abbott


    I have always loved Firefox, but this newest update removed features and UI that I prefer. A huge drawback being that all tabs are in a list, much like Chrome (a nonfunctional UI for me), instead of the more user friendly double columns of previous builds. Since the 81.1.1 update, all of my tabs load to the top of the page when switching - losing my place in articles, causing more frustration, and wasting my time. So maybe I should just use a different mobile browser that doesn't do that.

  144. Riko Savolainen-avatar

    Riko Savolainen


    Things just keep getting worse and worse after each update! Now tabs, that were already broken in New-Firefox, are completely broken. About half of the time I close tab, new tab doesn't open correctly, but renders the page white. After that I'll have to change to another tab to get keyboard appear, and after that I can re-enter url and actually get content render (reload button reloads white page). Besides that, there is truckload of less critical bugs! ...And now closing tab closes a wrong one.

  145. Chris C.-avatar

    Chris C.


    After the major downgrade of v79, stability and page compatibility are improving. Video autoplay can be blocked. The UI is still bad, and a lot of functionality is still missing. Even in this state FF still has more functionality and options than any Chromium browser! C'mon guys, FF for Android has no competition in terms of functionality. That's why ppl choose it, not the GUI or speed. Bring back Save Page as PDF.

  146. Will Miller-avatar

    Will Miller


    This update was a step backward. No about:config or ability to set the startpage. Unable to disable the collections 'feature'. The new method to browse existing tabs is not better than the previous, just different. This version may be light and snappy, but it's failing to provide some very key features. The UI is not as intuitive as before. Edit: The private browsing mode is purple, and completely ignores dark mode settings. This build is horrid. Dark mode is the only redeemable feature added.

  147. Simon Moyle-avatar

    Simon Moyle


    I've never written a review before, but I just have to give feedback on the dumpster fire that is the new update. I've used Firefox forever, but I'm uninstalling and going elsewhere. The update is an utter disaster, & the new updates haven't fixed any of the navigation problems. I tried, but it's unusable. Too many clicks required to get to things I want. Nothing is intuitive. Why hide away tabs? Why make the browser harder to use? Given the universal bad reviews, why not roll back?

  148. Grant S-avatar

    Grant S


    Too many problems: 1) In privacy options there should be a setting to turn History off. No need to use Incognito mode if you can tailor your privacy preferences. 2) If you open a web page and then navigate back to the Firefox home screen, that equates to closing the tab you were on. It should not be retained in the tabs list. Multiple open tabs should only be listed when you specifically keep opening additional new tabs. 3) Home screen options and links should remain visible in Incognito mode.

  149. Kathryn Western-avatar

    Kathryn Western


    Bring back print button and bookmark search! I'm updating my review. I wanted to print recipes today. I had to use Chrome just to be able to print. Please make it so I can print again. I also don't like it that when I choose to open bookmarks in a new tab it automatically goes to the bookmark and I have to go through the entire list again to open all the bookmarks I want at a time. If I wanted to use Chrome I would be using that. Please fix these things.

  150. Simon Bravo-avatar

    Simon Bravo


    From best to worst. I don't care about the improvements. I hope there will be skins to revive previous look and feel. New interface sucks! Most basic operations are either gone or counter intuitive to perform. FAIL!!! I left Firefox to F-Droid/Fennec because that branch was still running our "Classic" Firefox. But Fennec too, just took the same absurd and dramatic turn. I'm literally mourning Firefox. The grief, anger and frustration are as intense as losing a long time friend.