A few days ago, Mozilla released a new Firefox browser for android platforms. Despite the company’s high expectations for the new browser, user reviews were not very good, with the largest number of complaints being the very small number of extensions supported.
Mozilla offered only a few extensions when it launched the new version of Firefox on Android. Firefox users, on the other end of the year, value the browser’s extended features and are therefore subject to a lot of user spitting and dissatisfaction.
To that end, in today’s updated official blog post, Mozilla explains that with the new Firefox architecture, which provides faster speed and performance, it is inevitable that only a small number of extensions will initially be available to ensure that the browser works exactly as expected.
We will further enrich our support for the extension. In order to make the new browser available to users as quickly as possible, initial limit extensions are necessary to balance rapid iterative user feedback and maintaining two different Android Firefox, and we made some difficult decisions about the minimum standards we introduced.
We looked at the use of add-ons on Android and decided to support extensions that are recommended and have a high user install rate first. Although the initial number of extensions is not very large, it ensures a good first-time experience with add-ons in the new browser that are both mobile friendly and security-reviewed.