The Amazon Fire TV is one of our favorite streaming devices out there.
Not only does it take full advantage of your Amazon Prime membership, but it provides hundreds of thousands of movies and TV episodes to stream, and makes a decent casual gaming system, to boot.
As of Wednesday, December 20, that range of functionality just got better.
Thanks to a recent update, web browsing is now available on the Fire TV.
We’re not talking some watered-down experience where you can only visit a handful of pre-determined sites, either, but rather a full web experience with Firefox and Silk web browsers.
Firefox has been a popular alternative web browser since it released in 2002, and users familiar with the interface will find that the Fire TV version of the browser includes just about every feature of the desktop and mobile versions, including a search bar and bookmarks.