Enjoy the push notifications that browsers like Chrome and Safari offer? Clearly Mozilla does, because it had updated its Firefox 44 browser for Windows, Mac, and Linux to include them. The push notifications work only with your permission, for websites you specifically choose. That being said, if you update Firefox and don’t want push notifications, you have the choice not to enable them at all.
“This is similar to Web notifications, except how you can receive notifications for websites even when they’re not loaded in a tab,” Mozilla said, in a release. This is super useful for websites like email, weather, social networks and shopping, which you might check frequently for updates.”
Some perks? Websites like Facebook and Twitter will still send you notifications, even when you don’t have those tabs open. This makes organizing your browser easier, while keeping you connected to the sites you care about the most.