But that may soon change.
Mozilla plans to offer a subscription service inside of its Firefox browser starting October.
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Mozilla plans to launch a "premium" version of Firefox with a built-in VPN, secure cloud storage, and more. One example Beard gave was a hypothetical situation where a user wanted to do some online banking over public wifi.
The company's already experimented with a VPN service by partnering up with ProtonVPN and offering a $10 subscription.
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However, all the services and features that are now offered free will remain free in the future as well, Beard told T3N. That user would get a "certain amount of free VPN bandwidth, and then offer a premium level over a monthly subscription". At the time, Mozilla described it as part of a process to "explor [e] new, additional sources of revenue that align with [its] mission".
The logos bring Firefox's identity more in line with today's most popular branding trends, particularly with its heavy use of gradients and friendly, nearly cartoonish imagery.
"The "Firefox" you've always known as a browser is stretching to cover a family of products and services united by putting you and your privacy first", Mozilla creative director Tim Murray said. It will require a subscription in order to take advantage of the new features Mozilla is set to introduce. "We also recognize that there are consumers who want access to premium offerings, and we can serve those users too without compromising the development and reach of the existing products and services that Firefox users know and love".
You can make searching your favorite sites from the mobile version of Firefox much more efficient by adding custom search engines. Feel free to sound off in the comments with your manifestos.