Mozilla Intros Firefox 30 and Informative Goal.com Sidebar
Article by George Norman
On 11 Jun 2014
Mozilla started rolling out Firefox version 30 to the public, version that comes with a new Sidebars button that provides faster access to your bookmarks, browsing history, and social integration services.

Speaking about sidebars, Mozilla introduced Goal.com, a slick Firefox sidebar that delivers up-to-the-minute soccer news directly from Brazil. I remind you that the FIFA World Cup kicks off on June 12th in Brazil.

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After going through a thorough Beta testing process, Firefox 30 moved up to the stable channel and Mozilla started rolling out the stable version of Firefox 30 to the public. If you don’t get the automatic update prompt, you can manually check for updates (Help -> About Firefox) or you can download Firefox 30 for Windows right here on FindMySoft.

Firefox 30 comes with the following new bits: support for GStreamer 1.0; Mac OS X command-E sets find term to selected text; new Sidebars button that provides faster access to your bookmarks, browsing history, and social integration services. Click the new “Hamburger” button -> click on Customize -> select the new Sidebars button and add it to the Toolbar or to the Menu.

Speaking about sidebars, Mozilla introduced the Goal.com Firefox sidebar which delivers up-to-the-minute soccer news directly from Brazil (I remind you that the FIFA World Cup kicks off on June 12th in Brazil). Choose to activate the Goal.com sidebar and you will have access to breaking news, real-time scores, match previews, player statistics, and more. You can keep using the sidebar after the FIFA World Cup comes to an end; the sidebar will provide easy access to soccer news from all the major leagues around the world.

In World Cup-related news, you may want to know about Samsung’s Soccer Panel, the ESPN FC World Cup Essentials site, and the official FIFA app for iPhone and Android.

Click here to view the release notes for Firefox 30.




Tags: Mozilla, Firefox, update, browser, sidebars, Goal.com, FIFA, World Cup
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