In the Firefox Nightly Build for Android mobile platforms, Mozilla adds a new option to users. As your phone’s screen grows, it’s hard to touch the address bar at the top of the default screen directly, so some browsers place the URL bar at the bottom of the window. But if you’re not happy with this UI design, you can still specify the URL bar at the top of the screen by setting options, and interested Android users can download the nightly build experience.
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The new option is also expected to appear in Firefox Preview 3.1 before Mozilla decides to push the update to the public. In addition, users can choose custom search engines such as Scosia and privacy-conscious Startpage.
Switching the URL bar from the bottom to the top of the browser is simple. All you need to do is click the menu button in Firefox’s Nightly Build, go to Settings, look for the toolbar, and specify preferences.
It’s important to note that the top scroll bar is invisible when scrolling, while the bottom scroll bar is still visible. The future Firefox may have hidden the bottom bar, according to S?ren Hentzschel, who has noticed the change.
Finally, Firefox ( an older version of Mozilla’s browser) for the Android platform is currently in some maintenance mode. Mozilla plans to launch a stable version of Firefox preview series sometime in the new year, when we’re expected to see more new features and improvements.