The Firefox folks recently announced that Aurora is here and has been updated to Firefox 6 Alpha 2. They also recently released Firefox 5 into the wild as a beta. Firefox have recently claimed to have three builds in the production stream at any given team which could be in response to the crazyness that is the release schedule of Chrome.
So what does this all mean for Firefox users?
It means that Firefox 4 is now considered stable and Firefox 5 is the next line from the team behind Mozilla. If you want to get a bit crazy while you browse, the team is now offering nightlies for your hacking/testing desires.
While Firefox 6 Alpha is an extremely early build, it does already have some new features to look out for. Firefox 6 Alpha includes enhanced HTML5 support, new features for Panorama, a better add-ons manager, and a revamped permissions manager that aims to help you manage your privacy better than ever before.
Will you move from Chrome back to FF? Are you a beta tester? Alpha?
Interested in trying out the Alpha release or even the latest beta of 5? Well get your butts over to the development page and download them here.