Mozilla recently announced that it is developing a new UI interface for the upcoming FireFox 57 and named Photon.
The official release of the first Photon UI screenshots today shows several obvious changes from the picture, including round buttons, flattened rectangles tabs and new address bars.
The right side of the address bar contains a three-point menu that includes the following buttons to perform various tasks:
- Copy URL
- E-mail link
- save to Pocket
- Set reminders
- Send to device
- Extended X
- share it
In general, the emergence of the Photon UI is FireFox since 2014 for the first time on the interface design for major adjustments, in addition to FireFox 57 will be the first to support FireFox Web expansion version.
If all goes well, developers will be in August this year, the first to get FireFox 57 related to the development of features, and ordinary users will be officially released in November this year after the FireFox 57.