Firefox has finally added a long-awaited feature, expanding the web browser to be on the same level as both Google Chrome and Safari in terms of push notifications.

The new feature will allow websites to send push notifications to users who accept them, even if they don’t have the website open.

Support for Web Push comes in with Firefox 44, and to use it all you have to do is both download the update, head on over to a website that supports it and accept the notifications, then all you need to do is keep the browser running to receive the notifications.

Websites will be required to get permission from users before they are allowed to send push notifications, and those notifications will also be indistinguishable from any native notifications.

Opera and Microsoft Edge are now the only websites that don’t have this functionality.

You can find out more about the new version at the source link below.

Source: Firefox

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