Internet browsing has become potentially exploitable for large companies. This is how we see it with Apple and the expansion of privacy tools across all of its operating systems and Safari as a web browser. However, other browsers must also put the batteries to try to attract users by their functionality and design whose tastes are increasingly personalized. One of the most used browsers is Firefox, with great app and lots of features has been updated with a new, fresher and more modern design
Firefox changes design in new version for iOS and iPadOS
The new design covers all parts of Firefox, from desktop browsers to Android and iOS mobile devices. The iOS experience is optimized for iPhone and iPad, and actions now require fewer steps for faster search, navigation, and tab viewing. With improved iconography and menu names, the overall browsing experience is more cohesive and harmonious across all platforms. Things are different in 2021.
Firefox announced a new design of your browsers for June 1st a few weeks ago. As promised, yesterday all of their apps have been updated and all updates to their desktop software have been released with this news. A new design that is fresher, more compact and more and more similar to Google Chrome and to the design that macOS wants to try to bring to its applications: rounded, clean and neat appearance.
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Some of its improvements include the new user interface shared with desktop browsers. You can check this in the presentation video of the reason for the chosen design. In addition, the number of keys on the screen to perform basic actions such as opening a new tab has been reduced. On another side, the ability to search for a page is now faster by adding a shortcut icon. A new one is also added miter tray to navigate through each of them in a dynamic and easy way.
There is no doubt that Firefox is betting on a change of trend. While what stands out from this company is its triumph for transparency and open source, there is no doubt that they want to try and capture the attention of young people, and not so young, with a new design that will appeal to more than one.