Mozilla has successfully released Firefox 10 for Windows, Linux and Mac platforms on the scheduled date. Along with this, source migration for all other channels will start soon. This means that the Firefox 11 Beta, Firefox 12 Aurora and Firefox 13 Nightly will be available soon for the developers and testers.
We have already posted about the new features of Firefox 10, which include new built-in developer tools like page inspector and style inspector. This release has various other new features as well like the dynamic forward button and default compatibility of add-ons. Check out our Firefox 10 coverage here.
The Firefox 10 can be downloaded from Mozilla’s website, or alternatively users can update their browser manually.
Moreover, Firefox 10 for Android has been released in the Android Market. This update brings changes like easier Firefox sync setup, Anti-Aliasing for WebGL, Accelerated layers via OpenGL ES etc. Support for Flash is still missing.