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Technically, my question is not exactly tech writing, but is sort of related.
I use Firefox as my desktop platform browser. I routinely get emails from Firefox to install its own mobile browser on my phone.
I use an iPhone 8Plus equipped with Apple's own Safari brower.
I'm not necessarily pro or con Apple, but does anybody here use Firefox on their iPhone and if so, what are your thoughts? How different is it from Safari, how much more (or less) effective is it than Safari? Does it delete Safari from the phone if I choose to return to it?
They say "don't fix it if it ain't broke", but I'm just considering Firefox as a possible as better (or maybe not).
-- Kenpo in Atlanta
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