Firefox is beginning to shape up to what is supposed to be Firefox 4, with each beta bringing us a taste of the awesome features that we will get in the Final release. Firefox beta 3 is has fewer immediately visible features, most of the new work is in the back-end.
There are two features which have been highlighted in the latest release.
The other important change is for those lucky few who have multi-touch enabled computers. Firefox 4 beta 3 now supports multi-touch for those computers running Windows 7. Web developers can now use multi-touch interactions with their web applications making for a richer and more interactive web. There is no better way to describe this feature better than this video does:
Impressed? Want to check it out for yourself? There is one workaround in the form of this add-on, called the Multitouch Simulator which, as you can guess, lets you simulate multi-touch interactions on your non-multi-touch-capable computer.
For those interested in a more in-depth look at what Firefox 4 brings in comparison to the older Firefox 3.5 and current Firefox 3.6 versions, without going through dozens of highly technical blogs, Mozilla now has a simple, clean, easy to use index of all the new features which shows just how far Firefox 4 has come.