Firefox 3.5 Officially Released

"We're very excited to announce the official release of Firefox 3.5! You can download Firefox 3.5 at and enjoy the new features and faster performance. If you're using the latest version of Firefox 3.0, you can get Firefox 3.5 by clicking on the Help menu and then selecting Check for Updates.

* Firefox 3.5 is available in more than 70 languages – get your local version.

* We have included tools for controlling your private data, including a Private Browsing Mode, and the ability to go back in time and Clear Recent History.

* Firefox 3.5 has support for the HTML5 <video> and <audio> elements including native support for Ogg Theora encoded video and Vorbis encoded audio.

* The browser features faster performance on complex websites thanks to the new TraceMonkey JavaScript engine.

* Users can enjoy Location Aware Browsing using web standards for geolocation.

* Web developers can make use of native JSON parsing, and web worker threads.

* This release includes improvements to the Gecko layout engine, including speculative parsing for faster content rendering.

* Firefox 3.5 supports new web technologies such as: downloadable fonts, CSS media queries, new transformations and properties, JavaScript query selectors, HTML5 local storage and offline application storage, <canvas> text, ICC profiles, and SVG transforms."

Here is a video about what's new in Firefox 3.5:

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Zhuk3397d ago

After the release of IE8 and the universal acclaim it has gained I don't know how anyone would choose inferior browsers from the competition over the latest iteration in the award winning IE8 series, it's just so slick and so fast that I will never need another browser again.

verb3k3397d ago

Sorry, but I think you are an uniformed noob.

Snake Raiser3397d ago

First of all IE8 is one browser, not a series. Second of all it hasn't won many awards. Third of all IE has traditional been last in speed tests against all other browsers. This includes Google chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari. While I have my preference any of those choices is superior to IE.

BulletToothtony3397d ago (Edited 3397d ago )

just a little add-on that i love.. is called Fast-Dial, i didn't discover it til lately.. Very worth giving it a try.. i added a screenshot of how my main page looks like..

Anyone has some cool add-ons?

verb3k3397d ago

AdBlock Plus is a must-have.
BugMeNot signs your everywhere with a right click.
DownThemAll download accelerator

These are good addons- if you like them, please give me bubbles.

JasonXE3397d ago (Edited 3397d ago )

spankwire links are now gone!!! Forget about this site is awesome.

joydestroy3397d ago


are also two good ad-ons.

TheDude2dot03397d ago

Begging for bubbles = loss of bubbles

darkmurder3396d ago (Edited 3396d ago )

How did you get your Fast Dial to look like that? All I have is the Chrome style.
NVM found it

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Azures3397d ago

NoScript, the ultimate security add-on for Firefox. Like Adblock, but with a broader range of protection.

Upgraded to 3.5 already, I'd say its noticeably faster than 3.0

gaffyh3396d ago

Yeah it is definitely a lot faster, seems more stable too.

GEESE3397d ago

But still buggy atm and gets stuck sometimes. So until that is perfected Firefox is still king. I also love how customizable Firefox is. Noia extreme all day!!

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