What's new in Firefox for iOS 2.0

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Welcome to Firefox for iOS! This release includes new improvements that let you manage saved passwords, launch pages in Firefox from Spotlight Search, and use 3D Touch to quickly preview or launch pages from your tab list or home screen.

Open Firefox tabs from the home screen with 3D Touch (iPhone 6S and newer devices)

Access Firefox quickly from the menu with 3D Touch on new devices. Press the Firefox icon on your home screen to open new tabs or access your last bookmark.

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Preview pages on your tab list (iPhone 6S and newer devices)

Firefox now works with 3D Touch to let you preview web pages on your tab list without opening them. Press the tab until it pops up, then swipe up to see more options.

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To learn more about this feature, see Preview pages on your tab list with 3D Touch.

Open web pages in Firefox in Spotlight Search

Firefox is now integrated into Spotlight Search, so you can access your most recent open tabs in search results.

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Save and manage login information

Firefox can save your login information so you don’t have to enter it each time. The Password Manager also lets you view, edit or delete your saved logins.

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See Manage saved passwords in Firefox for iOS to learn more about this feature.

Find in Page

The Find in Page feature lets you find words or phrases on a web page in just a few taps. Just tap Find in Page in the share menu or highlight the word you want to find and choose Find in Page on the menu that appears.

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See Search within a web page in Firefox for iOS to learn more about this feature.

To learn more about the newest version of Firefox for iOS, see What's new in Firefox for iOS (version 6.0).

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