Mozilla introduces two new experimental apps: Lockbox for iOS and Notes for Android


Great news Fam…!!!!

Mozilla: makers of Firefox, has announced the latest additions to its Test Pilot programme. The apps are; Firefox Lockbox for iOS, and Notes by Firefox for Android.

The Firefox Lockbox app is a password manager. Which allows you to log into iPhone apps via passwords stored in your browser. Hence, let’s assume your Twitter login data is saved in Firefox. Lockbox allows you to log into the Twitter app for iOS using that data.


You can also manage your logins on your iPhone. Furthermore, you can sync them between devices. This is possible because it uses a secure 256-bit encryption. Which can also unlock the app using Touch ID or Face ID.

Guessing from the name, Notes by Firefox for Android is a note-taking app. This app allows you to sync jottings between devices. Works with both desktop and mobile.


The Firefox Test Pilot programme allows users to try experimental features. Then, they’re added to the browser itself. After this, they give feedback to help Mozilla develop and improve on them.

Before now, the Test Pilot programme has been a desktop-only affair. Mozilla is now testing the apps on mobile devices. Anyone can join the Firefox Test Pilot programme and try out the new apps. Although you’ll need to have a Firefox Account and Firefox Sync to get the most from them.

I think it’s worth a try. Try it out and drop your comments in the comment box below.

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