Firefox 25 is due to officially launch on Tuesday, but you can grab the desktop version right now. Download links for Windows, Mac, and Linux are available on Mozilla’s servers here: FTP.

If you prefer to wait for the official launch, you’ll soon be able to grab it directly from Firefox.com. After Firefox 25 arrives tomorrow, Mozilla will also push it out via the browser’s automatic updates feature.

firefox 25 You can download Firefox 25 for Windows, Mac, and Linux right now; official launch tomorrow

Since it hasn’t officially debuted, there’s no official Firefox 25 changelog as of yet, but the beta release notes should serve as a decent guideline (features are sometimes added or removed before the stable version is released, so keep that in mind):

  • NEW: The find bar is no longer shared between tabs.
  • CHANGED: If away from Firefox for months, you now will be offered the option to migrate another browser’s history and settings.
  • CHANGED: Resetting Firefox no longer clears your browsing session.
  • DEVELOPER: CSS3 background-attachment:local support to control background scrolling.
  • DEVELOPER: Many new ES6 functions implemented.
  • HTML5: iframe document content can now be specified inline.

Firefox 25 for Android hasn’t been pushed out yet, but you should see it show up over on Google Play tomorrow. Again, the beta changelog is as follows:

  • NEW: Guest Browsing added for handing your phone & browser to a friend.
  • NEW: Mixed content blocking enabled to protects users from man-in-the-middle attacks and eavesdroppers on HTTPS pages.
  • NEW: Add-ons can now add indicators to the URL Bar.
  • CHANGED: Romanian, Irish, and Ukranian locales added.
  • DEVELOPER: Remote debugging with desktop Firefox can now be enabled from the settings.
  • DEVELOPER: Contacts API now implemented in support of web apps.
  • DEVELOPER: CSS3 background-attachment:local support to control background scrolling.
  • DEVELOPER: Many new ES6 functions implemented.
  • HTML5: iframe document content can now be specified inline.

We will update you with more information (including the official changelog) when Firefox 25 officially launches. In the meantime, if you’re a Web developer, you may want to check out the Firefox 25 for developers page.

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