Description: This passage is mainly focusing on the introduction of the features of Firefox Focus for Android which can be a good privacy protector of the browser.
I am bringing a Firefox focus this week, you may saw this launch a couple of weeks ago, it came out this summer and it allows you to go on the internet browser without any ads and without any online trackers.
Nice thing about this is that you don’t have to login with anything. The annoyance about that might be that this isn’t a robust browser, this is specifically for when you want to just be under the radar or you want to surf the internet without add trackers, analytics trackers, social trackers, content trackers which might break some video and webpages but at least you’re getting the content.
You can also get stealth which will hide the webpages when you’re switching apps so that if somebody needs to use your phone, they don’t know what you’re looking at. You can use block web fonts in case you don’t want to deal with style guides, you also choose to make it your default browser if you’d rather browse securely. You can also choose whether or not to send anonymous data.
Other than that, it’s just a very straightforward pop in and pop out browser. It’s very low key, it’s free, you don’t need to sign in, it’s a little bit better than incognito mode because it doesn’t have absolutely any ties to any account. Firefox focus is great.