Mozilla has released Firefox 11 as latest stable version for public. Firefox 11 has various new features and performance improvements including Add-on Sync, support for SPDY and new developer tools like 3D DOM inspector & live CSS editor.
Latest Firefox Beta, the Firefox 11, enables users to import browsing data from Google Chrome. The current version allows users to import cookies, bookmarks and browsing history only – and it will add other items (passwords, form data etc.) in future.
Finally, Firefox is going to have support for Google SPDY. Firefox 11, currently in beta channel, has first implementation of SPDY which brings responsive page loads and scalability for the real time web.
Firefox 10 will have Page Element Inspector and Style Inspector, and the Firefox 11 will have 3D view of page DOM (based on Tilt) and live CSS editor.
Latest night build of Firefox has got another pending feature, synchronization of add-ons across multiple computers.
The Nightly channel of Firefox has got Firefox 11 (Firefox 11.0a1), and the Firefox 10 will be upgraded to the Aurora channel soon.