On Tuesday, November 22nd, Mozilla releases the first version of the overhauled Firefox for Android.  It will work like this.  Mozilla tests new technology on its “nightly” channel, it then “graduates” to Aurora, beta and final-release channels, incubating for six weeks in each phase.

There are numerous reasons this is important for Mozilla.  First and foremost, the computing industry is getting ever closer to a switch to mobile-first, be it though the phone or the tablet.  And, Firefox isn’t factory-installed anywhere.  Not on Apple products, nor Microsoft.  Android marks the only way for Mozilla to get its product out there.

Firefox became popular on PC’s because of its customization.  But Mozilla’s technology did not work as well with mobile devices.  As a result, Mozilla has embraced Android’s built-in technology. 
We’ll keep you posted on the progress.