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After Mozilla released version 35 of the popular Firefox web browser, we should note a few new features. One of them stands out particularly – Firefox Hello. Firefox Hello allows users to create and share video chats without the need to sign in or use of plugins. All you need is a browser Firefox, and sometimes you do not need from it.

To start a conversation you will need Firefox, but the person on the other end of the line do not even need to use the same browser. Everything he or she needs is a browser that supports WebRTC, which is currently included only in Chrome and Opera (and Firefox). Of course, you and your webcam and microphone, but it is clear as day.

Firefox Hello was created with the idea of ease of use. The user must create a conversation and then copy the unique URL of this conversation and send it to people you want to talk. You could even give a name to a conversation for ease of identification later. Whenever people involved in the conversation and left it later want to return to it, they can simply re-use the same URL – no need to create new every time. After upgrading to Firefox Version 35 Hello button can still be hidden in the Customization panel, so users will have to add it manually before you can use it.

Version 35 also brings other new features, if we exclude Hello. Added shortcut to the Mozilla Marketplace (also initially hidden panel customization) and key sharing in which you will need to activate services such as Pocket, Gmail, Facebook or Twitter.

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