After using the Firefox Quantum brand for two years, Mozilla will rebrand its flagship product to the more obvious name Firefox Browser.
Mozilla hasn’t officially announced the change yet. Instead, you can see the new name in the About dialog for the Nightly versions of Firefox 70, which is set for general release in late October. Firefox Quantum 57 was the first version to use that name.
So why not just use Firefox as the name? As others have noted, that doesn’t make sense anymore because Mozilla maintains several Firefox-branded products, including Firefox Lockwise, Firefox Monitor, Firefox Send, and Firefox Proxy. That said, I had literally heard of none of them either, if you were wondering. Apparently, Firefox Browser 70 will use Firefox Lockwise as its new password manager and the browser’s New Tab page will advertise Firefox Monitor, which is the firm’s security breach monitoring service.
Firefox Browser 70 should enter the Beta channel in early September if you’re a little spooked by nightly builds