Mozilla has introduced a major UI change in its Android version of Firefox.
Firefox UI engineer Lucas Rocha announced in a blog post that they have completely redesigned and rewritten the Awesomescreen.
Its a major update since the launch of native android version more than a year ago.
Awesomescreen in Android is used for quickly navigating into bookmarked sites or history. By tapping in the URL bar one can invoke the suggestions which will consist of history as well as the bookmarked sites.
In the updated UI the Awesomescreen is merged with the default start page which resulted in unified modern & much streamlined interface.
Right now these features are available in nightly version for testing purposes and will land later on in the stable builds.
In the meantime if you want to poke around you can download the revamped version from the link below.