Mozilla ended 2017 by upgrading its desktop browser with Quantum; that was perhaps the biggest update Firefox has received in its history. Browsing on Firefox on desktop got a lot faster, so much so that some people ditch Chrome; people are throwing words saying it has even surpassed Chrome in speed.
However, users on mobile have been waiting since the turn of the year to get the Quantum update on their Firefox mobile browser as well. Well, the long wait is now over as Mozilla issues an update to the Android Firefox mobile browser to include Quantum.
It would appear Mozilla Foundation is tired of being known as the good (privacy-wise) but slow browser. With the release of Firefox mobile v60.0, comes the Quantum and hopefully it will not be anything less than the desktop version with regards to speed. The browser is now no longer Firefox Mobile but Firefox Quantum.
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