A couple of days ago, Mozilla releases its next version of Firefox, Firefox 3.5. Mozilla Firefox 3.5 has been in beta for a while and also in Release Candidates. If you have been using the Beta and/or RC versions, you may not see any difference much in the final one (which are more of bug & security fixes compared to the Betas/RCs).
What’s new in Mozilla Firefox 3.5:
- Available in more than 70 languages.
- Support for the HTML5 and elements including native support for Ogg Theora encoded video and Vorbis encoded audio.
- Improved tools for controlling your private data, including a Private Browsing Mode.
- The ability to share your location with websites using Location Aware Browsing.
- Support for native JSON, and web worker threads.
- Improvements to the Gecko layout engine, including speculative parsing for faster content rendering.
Also, check out the official Mozilla Firefox 3.5 release video: