Firefox 41 Brings Instant Messaging with Firefox Hello Beta
Mozilla has introduced in-built instant messaging service for Firefox 41 making it the first ever browser to offer something like that.
A post on the official website of the company has detailed the latest version of the popular browser where the new service was also detailed among other features that the browser is going to offer.
The instant messaging service has been named Firefox Hello and it is currently in the beta phase. Mozilla says that the service has been developed by Telefónica with an aim of providing the users ease of communication with users by allowing them to message right from the browser.
Firefox Hello Beta, developed with our partner Telefónica, is the global communications system built directly into a browser and it will now let you send and receive instant messages when you’re in a video call in Firefox for Windows, Mac and Linux.
That being said Firefox 41 is also brings you Firefox Sync, a service that lets you carry your “passwords, bookmarks, history and open tabs across your desktop and mobile devices.”
Last but not the least, Firefox Accounts will also be customizable insofar that you will now be allowed to add a photo of yours to the account.
The new Firefox 41 is now live for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android.
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