For Android users, the Firefox 60 release implements the Quantum CSS technology, which Mozilla calls it internally as Stylo, to improve the page rendering. Therefore, Android users should notice faster web page loading times after upgrading to Firefox 60. This release also adds a new "View Page Source" option in the Page Action menu to finally let users view the source of a web page when on the go. Firefox 60 for Android also includes various security fixes that have also been patched in the Linux, Mac, and Windows releases launched today by Mozilla. The Android release is currently rolling out to all users worldwide and it should make its way into your device in the coming days. If you don't have Firefox of Android installed on your mobile phone or tablet, we recommend checking out the Firefox 60 release.
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