Find out what version of Firefox you're using on your iPad, iPhone or iPod.
The search bar in Firefox for iOS will appear at the bottom of the screen by default. However, you can choose to move it to the top of the screen instead.
Save the photos and files you want from the web to your iOS device.
The Find in Page feature in Firefox for iOS lets you search for a word or phrase within a webpage.
Re-order your tabs in tab view.
You can view articles and topics recommended by Pocket on your Firefox for iOS homepage.
Choose what you see when you return to the Firefox for iOS app.
Firefox hides the navigation bar while you're on a page to give you more screen space. Learn how to unhide the back, forward and reload buttons.
Firefox Home on your iOS device displays your shortcuts, your library, recently visited tabs, recently saved bookmarks and Pocket article recommendations.
Here's how to view mobile websites on Firefox for iOS as desktop sites.
Learn about the QR code reader in Firefox for iOS.
A night mode to reduce webpage brightness while browsing.
A block image mode to help you save bandwidth. Continue to browse the web without loading images
You can open links or tabs from one app on Firefox or vice versa.
Firefox for iOS can automatically switch to a dark or light theme to match your device’s settings if you have iOS 13.
You can sync your bookmarks, logins, open tabs and browsing history between devices via Firefox for iOS.
Learn more about how to add a Firefox widget to your Home screen. (For iOS 14+)