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so which should I have installed now? the beta version or your latest version? or doesn't it make any difference?

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I have always had the beta version installed to get the latest version but now version 14 is out should I abandon the beta and install version 14 or doesn't it make any difference?

I have always had the beta version installed to get the latest version but now version 14 is out should I abandon the beta and install version 14 or doesn't it make any difference?

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Hi,

Just to add to what Tyler said, if you are using Sync, you can only have one version installed, either release or beta but not both (from that perspective, it does make a difference).

Thanks for using Firefox for Android! Michelle

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Tyler Downer
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If you want the most stable version of Firefox, I would install the release. If you want new features 6 weeks before they are released and don't mind the risk of crashing more often, I'd install the beta. It's up to you.

If you want the most stable version of Firefox, I would install the release. If you want new features 6 weeks before they are released and don't mind the risk of crashing more often, I'd install the beta. It's up to you.

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Thanks Tylerdowner

Thanks Tylerdowner
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Hi,

Just to add to what Tyler said, if you are using Sync, you can only have one version installed, either release or beta but not both (from that perspective, it does make a difference).

Thanks for using Firefox for Android! Michelle

Hi, Just to add to what Tyler said, if you are using Sync, you can only have one version installed, either release or beta but not both (from that perspective, it does make a difference). Thanks for using Firefox for Android! Michelle

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thanks mluna

thanks mluna