Firefox 50 comes bundled with an Emoji One font, enabling Linux users to see full colour emoji on the web.
Firefox is the default browser in Ubuntu — but it doesn’t integrate with the Unity desktop as well as it could. That’s where the following Ubuntu Firefox add-ons come in. These little extras, trivial though they seem, help to bridge the (admittedly few) gaps and missing functionality between browser and OS. None of these are new, but they’re all […]
Today’s release of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS brings Canonical’s new Snap package system to millions of desktops. As we highlighted earlier this week, Snaps can be installed side-by-side with the more familiar .Deb packages, giving users the best of both worlds. Snap packages allow app developers to distribute newer versions of software to users on older versions of Ubuntu, free of the need to jump […]
This post, Mozilla Firefox Will Support Ubuntu’s New Snap Package Format, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.