Mozilla has released a new beta version of its Firefox 4 web browser, IT news site PC Mag reported on Tuesday.
Mozilla Firefox 4 Beta 2 has been released later than expected as Mozilla had pushed back the release deadline after the release failed quality tests.
Mozilla has made the new release available in 23 languages including English, French, German, Greek, Portuguese, Brazilian, Spanish, Swedish.
Although the new version does not include any major changes to the web browser's appearance, it does include a handful of new features and enhanced support for newly released developer tools.
Writing on the Mozilla blog, the company said: “Firefox 4 Beta includes a new Feedback Add-on so at any time you can click the Feedback button to tell us about what you do or don’t like. The Feedback Add-on includes Mozilla Labs Test Pilot."
Firefox Beta 2 can be downloaded for testing here.
The next update to the software is expected to be released in the first week of August.