Firefox Fast & Private Browser APK

Version 100.2.0 - org.mozilla.firefox

Only non-profit-backed browser with ad blocker that is secure, private & fast

Firefox Fast & Private Browser apk

APP Information

Download Version 100.2.0 (2015880363)
Apk Size77.37 MB
App DeveloperMozilla
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packageorg.mozilla.firefox.apk

Download Firefox Fast & Private Browser 100.2.0 APK

App Description

Firefox Fast & Private Browser is mozilla,firefox,communication, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.33 by 1069 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 100.2.0 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 9017348+ times on store. You can also download org.mozilla.firefox APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Go bold with more control of your internet experience than ever before. Now you can see your open tabs, recent searches and favourite sites all in one place. The new Firefox home screen adapts to you. The more you use it, the smarter it gets. Firefox makes it easier for you to pick up right where you left off.
When it comes to your life online, you have a choice: accept the factory settings or put your privacy first. When you choose Firefox as your default browser, you’re choosing to protect your data while supporting an independent tech company. Firefox is also the only major browser backed by a non-profit fighting to give you more openness, transparency and control of your life online. Join hundreds of millions of people who choose to protect what's important by choosing Firefox.
- Feel more in control of your internet experience. The new home screen lets you pick up right where you left off every time
- Even more industry-leading privacy and security from the most trusted name in tech
Pick up right where you left off. Now you can see all your open tabs intuitively grouped and displayed along with your recent searches, bookmarks and favourite sites. You’ll also see popular articles recommended by Pocket, updated daily.
Firefox lets you choose the default placement of the search bar, either at the top or the bottom of your screen. Sometimes it’s easier to search for things if you put the search bar at the bottom — especially if you’re using one hand. 
Keep what’s personal private without sacrificing speed. With Firefox, you can have more control to decide what to share online and when, because your life is your business. We designed Firefox with smart browsing features that let you take your privacy, password and bookmarks with you safely wherever you go.
Make Firefox your go-to, get-it-done, default browser. And with Firefox widgets, you can jump right to searching the web or using private-browsing mode straight from your phone’s home screen. And Firefox makes password management easy by remembering your passwords across devices.
Firefox gives you greater privacy protection while you’re on the web. By default, Firefox blocks trackers and scripts such as social media trackers, cross-site cookie trackers, cryptominers and fingerprinters. You can also easily choose to search in private browsing mode. And when you close private browsing mode, your browsing history and any cookies are automatically erased from your device.
Get search suggestions in the search bar and quickly access the sites you visit most. Type in your search question and get suggested and previously searched results across your favourite search engines.
Open as many tabs as you like and organise 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 customise your experience.
The Firefox web browser makes it easy to share links to web pages or specific items on a page with easy, quick access to your most recently used apps.
- Read about Firefox permissions:
- Learn more about what’s up at Mozilla:
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 

App ChangeLog

  • New
  • * Jump back into the content you care about. On the new customizable Homepage, you’ll see:
  • - Recent tabs
  • - Recent bookmarks
  • - Recent searches
  • - Articles recommended by Pocket
  • * Tabs you haven’t viewed for 2 weeks will now move to the Inactive Tabs section to help keep your tabs tray clutter-free. Toggle this option in Settings.
  • Changed
  • * Settings now available to control which sections are visible on your Homepage.
  • * Suggested history items in your search suggestions are now more relevant.

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  1. Thomas McKeown-avatar

    Thomas McKeown

    I've been using Firefox for years now and in that time, it has undergone many many upgrades/updates and I've never had any security issues. I find that, for me, it strikes the right balance when compared with the minimalist browsers with its slew of useful functionality. It runs well on Windows 10 and I have no doubt that it'll run just as well (if not better) on Windows 11 available in the near future.

  2. Andrew Casewell-avatar

    Andrew Casewell

    It's a good browser that works well enough, and I'm especially fond of the ad block and privacy features that it offers, which chrome does not. However, I have run into a couple of problems. It seems that there's only a 50% chance that your cookies and history delete after closing a private tab, which is a problem. Also, I recieved more captchas with firefox than with chrome, especially when using a VPN, which is rather annoying. Overall, a good browser, but flawed in places. I would recommend.

  3. Allan Stokes-avatar

    Allan Stokes

    YouTube on Chrome won't play audio with the screen off. Firefox in desktop mode does. There is probably 100 other common edge cases where the default in Chrome is to screw with the user experience just because they can, while Firefox gets it right. Not being screwed over: priceless. There are irritations with Firefox, but unlike Chrome, Firefox is fundamentally on your side. Less popular, but a more loyal friend. Loyalty is best served by trashing Chrome.

  4. Smileyrat-avatar


    This is technically a web brouser, but its got a lot of problems on mobile. It hides a lot of options in sub menus such as the Forward, Back, and Bookmarks buttons. You cannot set your Home page, resize the interface for ease of access, or move things around to suit your needs. It skips around when editing a search, won't alow me to reorder my tabs, and is generally difficult to work with. But it does brouse the internet, so it is technically a web browser. Use it if you have it on pc only.

  5. Tyler Ritchie-avatar

    Tyler Ritchie

    Firefox is great, you can use uBlock Origin and the mobile web is faster and more private than on Chrome. Some sites, like Home Depot, are slow to use, but the problem is the site, not Firefox. Using it helps to avoid hyper-targeting ads to you. Firefox will get faster, and better, with the more people who use it, so give it a go i. If you hate it, uninstall it, send in some feedback, and try it again in a yearb it will be better and maybe so much better you switch then.

  6. Crimson-KITsune 09-avatar

    Crimson-KITsune 09

    I...I'm done. I can no longer get tolerate Firefox. Before the update, everything was good. Sure the app crashed a few times, but it was nothing I couldn't deal with. After updating to the latest version after YEARS of using the old...the problems came. Now, the issue isn't the address bar location or the bookmarks window. Those I could deal with. The problem was the ADDING bookmarks. It ALWAYS crashed when I try to bookmark a page. ALWAYS! I can no longer stand it, as such, I'm going to Chrome.

  7. S P Singh-avatar

    S P Singh

    You know the browser works well. Had a trouble with addons though. Took some time to figure out the ones that didn't impact the performance. I'd like a few things to be added, which I think are quite important. 1. Tab rearrangement - drag and change its position. 2. Pull down to refresh. PS: Tab Grouping will always be better than Tab Collection (also a request).

  8. Jasmin Untalan-avatar

    Jasmin Untalan

    My default browser both on my phone and laptop. The transfer from Chrome to Firefox was easy for me. Whatever I can do on Chrome, I can do here. There are very few instances wherein Firefox on my phone would close unexpectedly (and Firefox would report the error), but it's so few and far in-between, and my tabs are all still there when I reopen the browser anyway, so these errors don't really affect my browsing experience much to complain about it. So full 5 stars. Thanks!

  9. Corey M-avatar

    Corey M

    I give other browsers Android/PC a good chance but I have come back to Firefox again and again. I've been on Firefox since it came out many years ago on an old PC. I'm grateful it's just as amazing and customizable as the desktop version. Keep up the good work! PS. I remember Firefox was the first browser that simply would not allow another window to pop up..... Others called it a " pop up blocker " and we still saw them regardless. Firefox.... How we love you. :-)

  10. Prophein X-avatar

    Prophein X

    Really needs a convenient incognito mode. Something that conveniently erases history and closes the current tab when exiting through ANY MEANS. I shouldn't have to hit quit from inside the app. I should be able to close out Firefox and not have to worry about being greeted by my last search when I restart it. To anyone with a significant other: FIREFOX WANTS YOU TO GET CAUGHT.