Mozilla has just called on Android users to try a new test Browser called Reference Browser.
Through a post on Mozilla Discourse , the organization notes that the mobile products team was working on a new infrastructure that will help Mozilla develop new mobile applications. This infrastructure is composed of several projects such as GeckoView, Glean and a new implementation of Firefox Accounts, all of which are part of the new Reference Browser.
Mozilla makes it clear that the Reference Browser ” is NOT a new product, it is a collection of parts, some of which could be used to create web browsers for different platforms .”
Through this browser the Mozilla mobile team will use user feedback, along with telemetry and bug reports, all of which will help this team ” create better applications .”
Volunteers to try this new browser must have at least one terminal with Android 5.0 or higher and must install the browser from the Google Play application store.
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