Firefox OS 1.1 Improves Performance, Mobile Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 9 October 2013 at 06:23 PM EDT. 5 Comments
Mozilla released Firefox OS 1.1 today with better performance, new features, and what the firm says is hundreds of improvements.

The top features of Firefox OS 1.1 are MMS support, a push notifications API, an adaptive app search, content management enhancements, performance improvements, Firefox browser downloads, keyboard improvements, e-mail enhancements, music search, and calendar enhancements. Firefox OS now also works with 15 more languages. The performance improvements in this new release are said to yield faster application loads and smoother scrolling.

More details on Firefox OS 1.1 for mobile devices can be found via the Mozilla.org blog.
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