Firefox 73 was released on January 8, 2019, for both desktop and Android. Among the many additions were: WebAssembly support as a first-class citizen, and a new warning when users attempt to use a web extension that accessed one of the protected areas of the browser which has been blocked.
Firefox 66 was released on May 7, 2018, for both desktop and Android. Among the many additions were improved privacy on Mac (Desktop), notice to allow site owners to adjust permissions in Firefox options, improved memory footprint around the WebVR API in Firefox for Desktop, and WebRTC (Real Time Communications) improvements, such as WebRTC video support for more sites, and WebRTC audio on iOS.
Firefox 72 was released on November 14, 2018, for both desktop and Android. Among the many additions were: increased security as Firefox moves towards \"Electrolysis,\" new privacy and advertisement controls allowing users to block or allow trackers, WebXR Platform support via the WebXR API, improved support for Apple Pencil and Touch Bar, and support for displaying images in SVG format that can load quickly and attached to the DOM.
Firefox 71 was released on July 10, 2018, for both desktop and Android. Among the many additions were improvements to the UI, the operating system, and security of the browser. Additionally, a new Ad Block List (ABL) was released that removed the need for scriptless ads and can detect clickbait ads and link them to a centralized website where the publisher of the ad can remove the ads from their site. 7211a4ac4a