Mozilla is working on a new mobile browser. Firefox Fenix, and it will have a number of features that will improve the use of the Internet on smartphones and tablets.
The main element on which programmers work is the way of tab management. Until now, both in mobile Chrome and Firefox, the pages remained in tabs even after closing and loaded with the re-opening of the program. In the new Firefox will be different, to save RAM and energy Firefox Fenix will use the mechanism of the session. Instead of caching a list of inactive cards, after a few minutes of inactivity, the Mozilla browser will remember the addresses of the bookmarks and allow them to be re-enabled at any time.
At the same time, Mozilla tests various possibilities of placing individual interface elements on the screen. For example, the address bar may be at the bottom, not like most modern browsers – at the top. The bar and navigation buttons can also be placed on the bottom bar. Thanks to this, more space will be left at the top of the screen.
These concepts are interesting because they take into account the way we use the mobile Internet. In this case, not necessarily what works in the case of desktop versions, is also functional on the phone or tablet, which we use in a different way. Bookmark management is the best example of this. While the tabs on the computer screen are a very convenient solution because they stay on top all the time, in the mobile resolutions it is definitely a less convenient solution that needs redesigning.
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