Below are the lists of changes of the various versions of Firefox (different platforms).
Official Changelog Desktop (Windows, MAC, Linux) taken from the Mozilla releases page at:
- Added a policy engine that allows Firefox custom installations in corporate environments, using the criteria of the Windows group or a cross-platform JSON file
- Improvements in New Tab / Firefox Home:
- responsive layout that shows more content for users with widescreen display
- The Highlights section includes the Web sites saved in Pocket
- Other options to reorder the sections and content on the page
- Sponsored Stories appear to pocket a percentage of users in the US. Read our careful approach to privacy to sponsored content
- Redesigned the Cookies section and storage sites in preferences for greater clarity and control over cookies first and third party
- Applied Quantum CSS for the browser user interface rendering
- Added support for Web authentication API, which allows the USB token for authentication of Web site
- advanced indicators of the camera privacy: Firefox now off the camera and the light of the camera when you disable video recording and turn on the camera and lights when resuming recording
- Added an option for Linux users to show or hide the page titles in the top of the browser toolbar. You'll find the option in the Title Bar panel Customize available from the main browser menu.
- Improving audio performance and reproduction WebRTC for Linux users
- Changed Windows shortcut to access the Vista Reading pressing F9, for a better compatibility with the keyboard layout that use Alt Gr
- The bookmarks do not support multiple keywords for the same URL, unless a request is no different POST data
- TLS certificates issued by Symantec before 1 June 2016 They are no longer trusted by Firefox
- Updated graphics library Skia to milestone 66
- Various Security fixes
- Changes for developers (more information who)
Official Changelog Android:
Official Changelog iOS:
- Tracking Protection:
- Tracking Protection is now enabled by default: protection monitoring is now enabled by default in normal and private browsing mode.
- The state of the shield of Tracking Protection is shown in the address bar
- Tracking Protection is now easier to activate or deactivate the individual Web sites, directly from the menu button.
- Reorder your tabs. Change your tab order by pressing long on each and dragging them in any order.
- Choose what to sync
- Language Support from right to left: Arabic, Jewish, Persian and Urdu
- Drag and drop links and tabs to and from other apps (solo iPad)
- Drag links from Firefox for iOS to copy them to another app
- Drag the link from another app in Firefox for iOS to open
- Drag links on any page on the button “New tab” to open in a new tab
- Drag links from bookmarks and history to copy them to another app
- Improved Experience with the Bluetooth keyboard (solo iPad)
- Improved text editing in Web pages and in the address bar.
- Improved Tabbed Browsing, in particular in the All cards screen.
- Added the cursor navigation bookmarks and history in the URL bar.
- Fixed a crash when opening a PDF on your iPad
This update does not include the impact of new, but improvements and some graphical enhancements.