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Mozilla releases new versions of the Firefox web browser roughly every 6 weeks, so not every new build has a lot of shiny new features. But with the launch of Firefox 37, the team did make a few interesting changes.

There are a number of security improvements, support for native HTML5 playback of YouTube videos in the Windows version of the browser (no more Flash required), there’s a new Heartbeat user rating system, and Firefox for Android tablets features a new design that looks a little different from the smartphone version.

firefox android tablet

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2 replies on “Lilbits (3-31-2015): Firefox 37 released”

  1. It took forever to get HTML5 video on the desktop version of Firefox. But now that it is finally here, maybe it won’t be long before we see it in the Android version.

    1. Hey, I just got the Firefox 37 update in Android, and HTML-5 YouTube videos work!

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