Mozilla’s Firefox-like browser for mobile devices, Fennec is out with a second alpha release you can try on your desktop.
This alpha mostly improves upon the speed, smoothness, and usability of Fennec’s existing features, but the newest thing to try out are two recommended extensions that can be installed. URL Fixer attempts to auto-fix common misspellings entered by fat thumbs into the address bar (like Gogle.com, perhaps?), while AutoAuth simply adds password memory for sites that require authentication.
Hit the link below for free, no-install try-outs of Fennec Alpha 2 on Windows, Mac, and Linux systems. If you happen to have a Nokia N815 tablet, you can install the alpha natively.
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