Mozilla launches two experimental Firefox apps: Lockbox for iOS and Notes for Android

Mozilla has announced the most recent additions to its Test Pilot scheme: Firefox Lockbox for iOS, and Notes by Firefox for Android.

Firefox Lockbox is just a password supervisor that lets you log into iPhone apps making use of passwords saved in your web browser. So if you get Twitter login details conserved in Firefox, Lockbox enables you to utilize them to log in to the Twitter software for iOS.

It is possible to handle your logins on your iPhone, sync them between devices making use of protected 256-bit encryption, and unlock the app using Touch ID or Face ID.

As you can guess from the title, Notes by Firefox for Android os is a note-taking app that enables you to sync jottings between devices (desktop and mobile). Once again, all things are encrypted, so you don't need to concern yourself with your records being intercepted.

Testing times

Firefox Test Pilot allows users take to experimental features before they're put into the browser itself, and give feedback to simply help Mozilla develop and enhance them.

Some experiments won’t ever allow it to be past Test Pilot, but others (such as for example Activity Stream) are fundamentally incorporated for everybody to use. If you don't be friends with a new function, you can easily disable or take it off.

Until now, Test Pilot has been a desktop-only event, but Mozilla happens to be testing the waters on mobile devices. Everyone can join Firefox Test Pilot and simply take this new apps for spin, though you'll desire a Firefox Account and Firefox Sync to have probably the most from their store.

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