Firefox 20 Nightly on Windows now supports H.264 codec through the Windows’ Media Foundation.
Starting with the Firefox 20, users would be able to open incognito windows along with the regular Firefox windows.
Following the release of Firefox 17 for Android, Mozilla has released Firefox 17 for desktop platforms as well. The Firefox 17 for Windows, Mac and Linux is now available for download on Mozilla’s official website.
Mozilla has just released Firefox 17 for Android. With this release, Mozilla is finally bringing support for ARMv6-based Android handsets which was pending for long.
Mozilla team is going to change the User-Agent string of Firefox. This change will replace the Gecko build date with the version number.
Finally, experimental WebRTC support has landed in the Firefox 19 nightly build. Current implementation supports getUserMedia, PeerConnection and DataChannels.
After releasing Firefox 12 stable version, Mozilla devs have started pushing new versions to the other channels; i.e.; Beta, Aurora and Nightly. The nightly channel, which receives updates almost every day to implement latest experimental features, has been updated to the version # 15.
Mozilla has announced 2012 roadmap for Firefox. This roadmap shows up various upcoming features of Firefox, including a new version for Windows 8 Metro UI.