Looks like Mozilla has unveiled its new Firefox 35 for Mac, Windows, Linux and Android. This comes with major features, such as room-based Firefox Hello conversations, MP4 playback on MAC and Android download manager support. Firefox 35 for the desktop is already available on their site, but all users should be able to upgrade to it automatically. For the Android version, it can be downloaded from Google Play.
For the desktop version, first, Mozilla has launched a Firefox 33 beta, which allowed users to make free video and voice calls, without needing to download other plugins or additional software. After this experimental WebRTC, they came up with Firefox 34, powered by OpenTok and owned by Spanish carrier Telefonica. Now, with this new release, Firefox 35, the web browser has managed to simplify the call process and eliminate some steps. Now, users can easily start a conversation, just clicking “Start a conversation”. After this easy task, a window will open with the person that you have invited on the link. While you are talking with your friend, you can still browse the web.
It is a fun and a practical way to stay in touch with your friends and family and you can also browse the web in the meantime. Furthermore, Mozilla allows you to create multiple conversations and name them for different topics. The best part about Firefox Hello is that you are not forced to set up an account. The web browser is planning to introduce online collaboration and screen sharing during video calls. Mozilla considers that Firefox Hello is “the first global communications system built directly into a browser.” Mozilla ensures people that they don’t need to unveil personal information to use their free communication service, and you don’t need the same software as the person they want to reach, because WebRTC is compatible with Opera and Chrome as well.
Beside the video and audio calls, Mozilla has introduced Firefox Share features, including Facebook, Google+, Tumblr and Twitter. All this is now on a single page, so it is “even easier to share web content without having to leave the website you’re visiting.”