Firefox 7 Aurora the pre Beta version of the browser is available for download now at Softpedia. The browser is having some excellent new features and might just be one of the toughest competition in the browser market for the Android platform. The features are more or less a copy of the desktop version of the browser.
- Price: Free
- Requires: The app requires several permissions from your device, while it requires a validated internet connection; it modifies your SD card and also requires your location information.
- File size: The file takes up 13.2 MB of space on the SD card and that can be a little heavy on the Sd card of your Low-end device.
- Developer Website: softpedia.com
QR Code to Download App:
Firefox Aurora 7 – Android App Review
Pros & Cons:
- Text selection in web content
- Tabbed history is stored and forward and backward tabs history is also stored
- Language selection in Initial setup
- Several speed ups added
- The file size is too heavy to have on the phone
- Look more like a fix update rather than a new software version
If we go by what I got in the Firefox Aurora seven i would have to say that I was not very ready when it came to the using the Firefox Aurora for the first time. The features that the new app is giving to its users are nothing more than minor fixes in the previously existing versions. Although the speed improvements are not considerable the browsing experience has definitely become bigger and better. The speed improvements are definitely worth notice and the browsing experience definitely has improved many folds.
Firefox Aurora 7 – Android App Ratings
Interface Design (out of 10): The interface of the app is good and there are several modes of browsing makes it even more interesting. The Interface of the app wins a decent 7 out of 10 for the app.
Navigation (out of 10): The navigation is more or less good with certain things dependent on long taps and several other portrayed directly on the screen. The navigation though becomes a big problem when the app stars giving lag on a low end device we would give it a 7 out of 10 based on our experience however we might agree that the app deserves a little more in this category.
Usability (out of 10): the usability of the app is unbounded and definitely extends to all the genres of Android users. The usability of the app is great and gets 8 out of 10 in this regard.
Price: The app is available for free and probably that is one plus point as almost all users get a chance to catch the experience at least once.
As far as our experience is concerned we would say our brief experience on the game was good but the overall experience from installing to uninstalling was definitely painful and disappointing. We would recommend the app to high end Android users and would beware the low end users to refrain from the app.