Firefox Nightly starts offering navigation bar at the bottom of the interface
Responsible for revealing what can soon be seen in the “stable” distribution, Firefox Nightly has officially received yet another update for devices with embedded Android and revealing what the next firefox browser interface might be like.
Following a proposal similar to what we saw recently with Google Chrome, Mozilla changed the positioning of its navigation bar, exchanging the top of the screen for the bottom, thus favoring the use especially in devices that have bigger and longer screens.
As can be seen in the screenshots below (the first two images are from the stable version for comparison purposes), Mozilla completely moved the bar to the bottom of the application, which includes not only the address bar but also the tab button and the auxiliary menu.
In addition, it is possible to observe that the tab management was changed, abandoning the interface that occupied the entire screen and taking on the card format, in addition to displaying a large right-aligned button for opening new tabs, becoming visually more practical.
Those interested in using the version in question can now download the update directly from the Google Play Store using the card below, and there is no need to replace or request membership in the test program in this specific case.
So, what did you think of the change made by Mozilla to Firefox Nightly? Tell us in the comments!
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