Mozilla has announced plans to introduce an open ecosystem for Firefox extensions on Android, giving developers a variety of options for optimizing desktop extensions for mobile use.
Early September will see the announcement of the precise launch date, and it is anticipated that the rollout will take place before the year is out. The only major Android browser that supports an open extension ecosystem will then be Firefox.
While extension support for Firefox for Android has recently been constrained, Mozilla has invested its efforts in improving core functionality and comprehending the preferences of mobile browser users.
By creating the necessary framework for an open extension ecosystem, developers are pro-actively urged to modify their desktop extensions for mobile compatibility.