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Firefox 29.0 For Linux Is Now Available For Download

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Published on 28 April 2014 02:46 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla
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While we're still waiting on the official release announcement, Mozilla Firefox 29.0 is now available for download.

Those interested in grabbing Mozilla Firefox 29.0 for Linux x86_64 can fetch it from this download link.

Firefox 29.0 introduces user-interface improvements, the Gamepad API is now finalized and enabled by default, other UI improvements, improvements to Firefox Sync, support for HTML input tags with types of number and color, the ECMAScript internationalization API has been implemented, and many other changes introduced. We'll have more details as soon as Mozilla issues the official Firefox 29.0 release announcement. The big addition though is the Australis user-interface.

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