Firefox Focus launched on Play Store, lets you browse the web privately

Firefox Focus

Firefox’s private browser, the Firefox Focus finally hits the Google Play Store for downloads.

Evasion of privacy has been one of the major concerns surrounding the usage of internet. And, the Firefox Focus is aimed at addressing this exact issue.

The Firefox Focus allows its users to browse the internet without being tracked. In other words, it blocks the all the web trackers thereby providing you a better online experience.

The best part about the browser is that you don’t have to activate or modify settings for your online activity to be private. It automatically blocks online trackers “from the moment you launch it to the second you leave it,” as the company claims.

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Furthermore, you can quickly erase history on your browser including passwords, cookies, and the like at any point of time which will, in turn, block online advertisers from pushing customized ads.

Also, the company claims that “By removing trackers and ads, Web pages may require less data and load faster.” This, however, can be verified only after using the browser.

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