Even though Firefox 7 was released as recently as late September, Mozilla has already released version 8, bringing integrated Twitter search and various bug fixes and enhancements to the popular browser.
The changes are relatively minor, with the Twitter search integration being one of its biggest new features, but Mozilla has also included the option to re-open your previous session tabs upon launch, as well as improvements to 3rd-party add-on handling.
Twitter search is added directly to the Firefox search bar, adding basic Twitter search (no support for hashtags or @usernames yet) alongside the usual Google, Bing, Yahoo and other search providers.
You can find more about Firefox 8 and what’s difference since the previous version, head on over to Mozilla’s official blog post on the update. Firefox 8 is available now, and can be downloaded from Mozilla’s official Firefox website.