Firefox 81 Released, Can Now Be Your Default Browser in iOS

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Engadget reports:
One big benefit of iOS 14 is that you can set non-Apple-made apps as your default, including for email and web browsing. Hot on the heels of you being able to set Chrome and Gmail as your clients of choice, Firefox is enabling you to make its browser the default on iPhones and iPads. Naturally, you’ll need to have both the latest version of the operating system and the apps, and then just make the switch inside settings.

Meanwhile, Bleeping Computer profiles some of the new features in this week’s release of Firefox 81, including:

The ability to control videos via your headset and keyboard even if you’re not using Firefox at the time
A new credit card autofill feature for Firefox users in the U.S. and Canada
A new theme called AlpenGlow
Firefox can now be set as the default system PDF viewer

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