Using Firefox 22 on your desktop and mobile operating system, users can share files directly using only their browsers. This is somewhat called Mozilla enables browser-based file-sharing on the new Firefox browser. It could enable features like drag-and-drop transfers to mobile devices, or automatic file sync without installing any additional software.
Today’s stable version of Firefox 22 for Windows, Mac OS X, Lunux and Android includes a variety of back-end technical updates and minor tweaks, like the (word-wrapping of plain text files is one of best one).
Mozilla’s newly released web browser includes the support for 3D gaming, video calls, and file sharing, affording developers enhanced compatibility with less requirement for plugins/add-ons/entensions and other unnecessary third-party installations. Firefox is pretty much in the here and now.
In real terms, WebRTC enables features such as videochat, VoIP calling, and peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing, all within the browser. According to the report in changelog, the Firefox on Android doesn’t include WebRTC or asm.js support just yet.
Firefox 22 download is now available from: mozilla.org and also, Android version of the app has also been bumped up to version 22, can be grabbed from Google Play Store. Firefox can be installed on almost any Android smartphone or handset.