Mozilla has been working on a brand-new version of Firefox for Android for more than a year already, and while we thought that the overall navigation and design were already finalized for the time being, the business is more open to experimentation than we expected. It is currently testing a revamp of this tab switcher from Firefox Preview’s Nightly edition, giving it a place at a bottom sheet.
Previously, tapping the tab switcher button will start the tab page, complete with tabs that are open, groups, and top sites. Heading to the tab switcher at the latest versions of the Nightly launch will rather make a bottom sheet slide upward, providing you a list of tabs that are open, no matter if you prepare the address bar to sit down at the top or bottom of the browser UI. To dismiss websites, you use the button or can swipe them to either side. The plan makes it more easy to access tabs as they reside in the identical sheet.
To add all tabs head into the three-dot overflow menu towards the . If you’re looking for sites that are top or those, you’ll need to tap on the tab button in the bottom right corner. This change probably also means that Mozilla has all but given up on its own concept of sessions that it initially wished to introduce with the new version of Firefox, for better or worse.