Firefox now allows mobile users to test its new standalone apps
Currently, there are only two apps available for smartphone users, but depending on the device you use, you can try out only one. iPhone users can experiment with "Firefox Lockbox", while Android users get to test "Notes by Firefox". With these new products, Mozilla is aiming to provide users with alternatives that have strengthened security, while still being easy to use.
Firefox Lockbox is a password managing app that
As it's obviously clear from its name, Notes by Firefox is an app that lets you take notes. The added functionality is the same as with Lockbox, it synchronizes notes between all the devices on which you're logged in with your Firefox account. So, while on the go you can remind yourself to do something once you're on your desktop PC or vice versa.
Both apps come with 256-bit end-to-end encryption, which is the main reason they were developed in the first place. You can get them from the App Store and Google Play Store respectively, but if you want to test the synchronization functionality you'll need the appropriate Firefox extensions for your browser and of course a Firefox account.