You heard it! Mozilla has revisited the designs of its famous Firefox browser which is used worldwide by millions.
The new Firefox 29 released this Tuesday, has been revamped to look a lot closer to Google Browser including rounded tabs and a menu icon in the upper right corner of the screen with ofcourse along with Firefox brand new user interface overhaul, new customization options, and an improved data sync feature.
In a blog post on her personal site on Monday, Mozilla senior user experience designer Jennifer Morrow compared the old Firefox UI to a sinking ship and said one could think of the redesign as “a new hull.”
“It’s not an interface adjustment or tweak,” Morrow wrote. ”It’s not a bug fix. It’s a complete re-envisioning of Firefox’s user experience, and it’s been brewing for the past five years.”
Firefox 29 also marks the official debut of the improved Sync feature, which is powered by Mozilla’s new Firefox Accounts – yet another Chrome-ish concept. The new service is now included in both the desktop and Android versions of the browser