Firefox Aurora 13 build to recieve SPDY by default
Mozilla is about to launch it’s new Firefox Aurora 13th build. The company is looking ahead to innovative developments and is planning to make SPDY, the experimental networking protocol activated by default within this build. It took Firefox quite a time to make this happen as they have been working hard to implement this update into life. This protocol was initially designed by Google in order to make web content transporting easier. SPDY serves to improve the security on the web and reduce the loading latency for web pages. Besides Mozilla Firefox, SPDY (pronounced “speedy”) will be available for Google Chrome as well.
Firefox 13 can be downloaded for Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. Among the SPDY features there is one that allows websites to recognize what type of browser user is using at the very moment. Also, lots of very interesting features apart from other small improvements are introduced. A multi-touch function supported by Android mobile devices is also worth mentioning. Moreover, users may switch from Mozilla to Android browser. Basically, this would mean that websites may change their layouts depending on what you are using now — Mozilla or Android.