There are several major web browsers available on iOS. Safari is built-in, but if you’re not into Apple’s browser, you can also use Chrome or Opera. And starting today, you’ve got another third-party browser option.
Firefox is now available on iOS. It’s a universal app, meaning that you can use it on both the iPhone and iPad. Some of Firefox for iOS’s features include suggested search results, Private Browsing, the ability to delete browsing history and passwords with one click, and support for a Firefox Account, which lets you sync your history, bookmarks, and open tabs between your desktop, smartphone, and tablet.
If you use Firefox on your desktop or laptop, the launch of Firefox on iOS is nice because you can sync your account and pick up on your phone where you left off on your desktop. So if you use Firefox on your PC/Mac or you’re just interested in trying a new browser on your iPhone or iPad, hit up the link below to give Firefox for iOS a try.