Mozilla Firefox Browser Officially Lands on Amazon Fire TV

The most popular browser, Mozilla Firefox has officially landed on the Amazon Fire TV much to the delight of the those who missed having access to the browser on a popular device as this one.

The advantage it gives is that you will be able to browse all your favorite websites, find content and easily enjoy a full web experience without leaving the comfort of your living room. Some of the things the new app can do is allowing you to watch Youtube videos on the Fire TV which is otherwise a tough job unless you have a Chromecast ready to sling videos into.

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It has been optimized to seamlessly work using the included remote and makes it easier to search the web, browser websites without having to move to a computer or a smartphone display.

Amazon and Google are slowly establishing a deal so that they don’t alienate their customers. However, Mozilla Firefox has made the best use of the situation by allowing users to easily watch Youtube videos and other content on their Amazon Fire TV. It also allows them to increase their user base around the globe.


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