It’s been in the planning since the start of the year and testing since September, but the first version of Firefox for iOS is finally available in the App Store.
Late to the iOS browser game, Firefox will face some stiff competition with most people having long since settled on Safari, Chrome, Opera or something more esoteric to scuttle around the web with. But for those of you who prefer to use Firefox on your desktop, there are some obvious attractions to using it on iOS, too—notably the support of Firefox accounts, which make it easier to share bookmarks, history, passwords and the like between browsers. It’s also a well-featured browser in its own right, of course, with search nice visual tab management, solid incognito browsing, predictive search and the like all baked in.
You can go download Firefox for iOS right here. You’ll need iOS 8.2 or higher.