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The Lightweight Rocket Browser

Mozilla’s New Ultra Light Browser

Firefox is undoubtedly one of the heavyweights when it comes to desktop web browsing. It has been a longtime alternative for both the outdated Internet Explorer and Google Chrome more recently. Although in recent times has played a secondary role, has not stopped innovating in both mobile and desktop version. The progressive presence of the new engine Quantum Firefox in its versions has gradually been polishing what was already an excellent alternative. But this is not what we came to speak today, but its new mobile version, Firefox Rocket, a rocket that promises to rival other ultra-light browsers like Opera Mini.


The first thing that comes to mind when we try this browser, is without a doubt its brother, Firefox Focus (Mozilla’s light browser, focused on privacy), being its undeniable similarity in terms of interface and functionality. At the moment it is a BETA, which Mozilla is testing in some countries like Indonesia, so it understands some limitations with which it currently has, such as the inability to open more than one tab.

When we talk about functionality, we find a browser with certain shortcomings, which does not make us discard it immediately. It is a browser that lives up to its name, it is a rocket when opening any page, however heavy it is, without affecting navigation in any way. The fact of having the new engine Quantum for the rendering of the web pages, along with the presence of a factory AdBlock and reduction of the data consumption make the navigation experience excellent, with nothing to envy to other proposals.

As we have previously mentioned, it is worth mentioning that it is a BETA version, so you should expect some slight bugs, although despite these we strongly recommend giving it a chance since it can meet the needs of a large number of users.

You can easily download and test Firefox Rocket from Google Play.

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