Firefox accounts let you access Mozilla services on any device with the Firefox browser by simply signing in. All you need to create a Firefox account is an email address and a password.
How do I sign up for a Firefox account?
You can access the sign up page on each Mozilla service, or visit the Firefox accounts signup page and follow the steps below:
- Enter your email address, a password and your age, then click .
- When the Firefox accounts email arrives, click on the verification link or enter the 6-digit verification code.
- Once your account has been verified, sign in to your favorite Mozilla Service using your newly created account. After you sign up, you can also sign in and add an image to your profile.
What services can I use with Firefox accounts?
The following Mozilla services are available:
- Firefox Sync: Access your browsing data, like bookmarks, history, passwords, and open tabs on your desktop, laptop, and phone with just one Firefox accounts login.
- Pocket for Firefox: Save web pages to your reading list.
- Access your add-ons with Firefox accounts: Add features to Firefox with add-ons.
- Mozilla Support: Help other Firefox users by answering questions and contributing to help articles all with your Firefox accounts.
- Firefox Monitor: See if your information was exposed in a data breach, learn how to take action to better protect your online accounts, and get alerted if your information appears in a new breach.
- MDN Plus: You can upgrade your access to the Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) with MDN Plus.
- Mozilla Connect: Give product feedback, share ideas for new features, and participate in discussions that help shape future product releases.
- Firefox Relay: Firefox Relay email masks protect your true email address from public view and automatically forwards messages to your true inbox.
- Mozilla VPN: A Virtual Private Network for desktop and mobile devices.
What makes Firefox accounts different?
At Mozilla, we put your privacy first. Any data you store on our servers is encrypted with your password, making it impossible for anyone without your password to read your data—even Mozilla. The benefit of this is that no one can mine your data to create a profile of you. However, it does require that you make a password that is both strong and memorable. If you forget your password and reset it, your storage is wiped clean and replaced with what is currently saved in Firefox on your devices.