Improves Enhanced Tracking Protection to stop certain sites from tracking the links you follow in Firefox. (Free, 121 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Adds support for YouTube HDR video for Mac users plus a few other minor improvements. (Free, 121 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Brings several macOS-specific updates to the Web browser. (Free, 119 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Enhances cookie clearing logic to prevent hidden data leaks and make it easier to see which websites are storing local information. (Free, 127 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Updates the browser with a redesigned and modernized look with a cleaner, easier to use design. (Free, 126 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Adds full support for VoiceOver, the macOS screen reader. (Free, 126 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Introduces Total Cookie Protection to prevent cookies from tracking you from site to site. (Free, 125 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Introduces native support for M1-based Macs. (Free, 126 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Improves speed and memory performance and adds pinch-to-zoom capabilities for Macs with trackpads. (Free, 73 MB, macOS 10.12+)
Adds the capability to control audio or video playback inside Firefox via the keyboard or Touch Bar. (Free, 72.9 MB, macOS 10.12+)
For the first time since the introduction of the iPhone, iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 let you choose the apps that serve as your default email client and Web browser. “Take Control of iOS 14 and iPadOS 14” author Josh Centers shows you how.
Browser extension prevents Facebook from replacing clicked links with tracking URLs. ($8.99 new, free update, 704.3 KB)
Mozilla recently laid off a quarter of its workforce, but a renewed search deal with Google should keep the browser maker around for at least a few more years.
The last major release of the Web browser that will run in macOS 10.9 Mavericks, 10.10 Yosemite, and 10.11 El Capitan. (Free, 71.0 MB)
Changes the address bar behavior for enhanced searching and patches security vulnerabilities. (Free update, 67.6 MB)