Mozilla Firefox 38.0.5 update adds support for Pocket.
Pocket, formerly known as Read It Later, is a reading service, which allows users to save a link to a web-article.
Users will then be able to access the article on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Mac OS X, as well as in browsers like Google Chrome, Apple Safari, and Opera. Prior to today’s update, Pocket was also available in the form of a browser add-on for Firefox.
With the service now integrated into Firefox, users no longer need the Pocket add-on. You can click on the Pocket button in the toolbar of Firefox, and start using it directly. If you already have a Pocket account, just login to it. [...]
Mozilla has updated the stable version of its browser to Firefox 38.0.
The main change in the update is that, Firefox 38 arrives with a new preferences tab.
Yes, it is a tab now, and is called the Preferences tab. No prized for guessing which browser was the inspiration behind it, Google Chrome. Clicking on the options button from the menu in Firefox 38.0, opens a new tab called “about:preferences”.
This is what the new options tab in Firefox 38 looks like:
In comparison, this is what the options window looked prior to version 38.
As you can see, the Tabs option from the old options panel, has been merged in to the [...]