Mozilla Firefox for Android receives mixed reviews, with complaints about **crashes**, **slow** performance, and **missing features**. Users also mention **positive experiences** with the app's **ad blocking** and **add-ons**. Some express frustration with the **user interface** changes and **inconvenient** video playback. Overall, opinions are divided between those satisfied with the app's **functionality** and others considering **switching browsers** due to specific issues.Best for
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Do not update to version 122.1.0, many websites don't work functionality. Please fix it asap.
Was crashing on some sites like biblehub in old phone Redmi
Does not let you upload any images or files on any site even when you have the permissions set to "Ask to Allow". Considering on changing browsers solely because of this issue.
Addons are available, something like chrome doesn't have. They took so many steps backward, less user control, page are still not intuitive. They default some options without notifying the user. Really only redeeming thing is the addons and adblocking pages that are intruisive on mobile with videos ads. There is a dumb QR code scanner thing in the search bar that cannot be hidden or hidden instead of showing tabs options. Honestly, the direction is worse and worse.
Somehow you've managed to make a web browser that stops functioning at random, tabs freeze and the entire app will stop responding, or only the current tab will never render until force closing the app. Well done.
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