Just a few days after I’ve updated my Firefox installation, here comes a new announcement on the release of Firefox 3.5 Beta 4. If you’ve been closely following Mozilla’s development of Firefox, you’d know that it won’t be long until the official Firefox 3.5 browser will be available. Still, if you couldn’t wait for the full version release, you might want to download the beta 4 version right now.And here are what to expect from Firefox Beta 4 release:
- Available now in 70 languages
- Improved privacy setting including Private Browsing Mode
- Location Aware Browsing
- Native JSON support
- Improved Gecko layout engine
Like any other beta release, Firefox 3.5 Beta is being made available for public previewing of the next Firefox version. So be cautious when using it since you might still encounter some minor bugs and problems.
More information as well as the download link can be found here. Firefox 3.5 beta 4 is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Originally posted on April 28, 2009 @ 9:15 pm