The main browsing screen consists of nothing more than a URL box, and a “+” button to its right, dressed in a contrasting light-and-dark gray scheme with a rounded upper right-corner design. You click the “+” to open a new tab. In browsing mode, the URL box shows the title of the page that’s loaded in the browser window, and its favicon. Tapping the URL box will make the page’s address appear, highlighted, and summon your Android phone’s virtual keyboard to let you enter a new URL. The browser will also switch to a screen that lists three list categories: Top Sites, Bookmarks and History. The look of this UI is clean and sufficient for the minimalist approach Mozilla seems to be going for now.