There's an option to block more content trackers if you're not anxious about breaking site compatibility, and you can disable sites' custom web fonts if they're bogging you down.
Firefox Focus blocks that and also pares away traditional interface elements like menus and tabs to speed up browsing. Because Firefox Focus blocks these trackers, it is likely you'll notice a performance boost on the many sites that track your behavior. Since Firefox Focus is nothing more than a permanent private browsing session every time you start the app, the browser won't remember any visited pages, cookies, searches, or temporary files. In addition, the browser can also block web fonts, and there's even an option to erase one's browsing history right from the navigation bar. Users are not required to change privacy or cookie settings.
There are sensitive situations where the users might find the browser extremely useful, this includes searches for engagement rings, flights to Las Vegas or expensive cigars, as pointed out by Mozilla.
If you wish your mobile browsers were simple, free of trackers, tabs, popups, and menus, you're not alone. In this case, Focus will let you open the site in either Firefox or Safari.
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Some 4,500 Greek police officers are participating in the security operation, together with 300 USA security personnel. The entire site was closed to the public for Obama's visit, which has played out amid stringent security measures.
Firefox Focus is now available for iOS only.
If a site won't load because it's dependent on tracking, Firefox Focus will give you the option to open the site in either Firefox or Safari.
In what is yet another attempt from Firefox (and its creators) to get back into the mainstream browser competition it once was a significant player of, Mozilla is today announcing the launch of "Firefox Focus", a private browser designed for Apple's iOS ecosystem. Old Focus by Firefox users will automatically receive Firefox Focus when they update their app.
When you visit websites, many advertisers store text files on your PC or phone that are created to show you ads you're more likely to click on.