Firefox Nightly on Linux Deepin!
Recently installed Firefox Nightly on my Linux Deepin OS because I want testing for the firefox new version that will be released in November (Firefox 57), which promises to have many new features that will make a better experience when browsing the web.
This link provides version 58.0a1 for Firefox (with you can test with Nightly)
So, when the installation has been finished you will have a a compressed file with the name: firefox-58.0a1.en-US.linux-x86_64 with (ext .bz2)
select the firefox icon and double clic.
and then, welcome to nightly!
At the end of the installation you can verify the last version. In my case, 58!
This is the welcome page that you can view for the first time!
Firefox Nightly gets a new version every day and as a consequence, the release notes for the Nightly channel are updated continuously to reflect features that have reached sufficient maturity to benefit from community feedback and bug reports.
You can see that the browser’s appearance is totally different starting with its square style :)
Also, you will find with the surprise that many extensions were added by default, like the TEST PILOT functionalities.
According to Privacy Notice about Firefox browser:
Usage statistics or “Telemetry” is a feature in Firefox that sends Mozilla usage, performance, and responsiveness statistics about user interface features, memory, and hardware configuration. Usage statistics are transmitted using SSL and help us improve future versions of Firefox. Once sent to Mozilla, usage statistics are aggregated and made available to a broad range of developers, including both Mozilla employees and public contributors.
Try install Nightly today!