Firefox Focus has been available on iOS for long, but it’s today when Firefox is bringing the privacy-oriented, minimal mobile web browser to Android. Starting today, users can download Firefox Focus on Google Play Store for a complete, private browsing experience.
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Firefox Focus works by the concept of blocking ad trackers, analytic trackers, social trackers and content trackers. Firefox Focus is available for free and is purely orinted at offering a tracker-less, private web browsing experience for safety conscious users.
Coming by the fact that Firefox Focus is a minimal approach, do not expect a featureful experience. Firefox Focus offers no tabbed browsing sessions, no options to bookmark or favorite web pages you like, or any other feature you find in a full-fledged mobile web browser like Firefox for Android or Google Chrome for Android.
With Firefox Focus on Android though, Firefox is offering an option to disable tracker blocker when a need arises. If your web browsing experience is breaking on a particular website, you can disable the tracker blocker at that time to experience a working session.
Firefox Focus does not generally allow users to change the default search engine, and has it set to Yahoo. But, with the new Firefox Focus on Android though, users can set the search engine to Google, Amazon, DuckDuckGo, Twitter and Wikipedia.
Firefox Focus is now available on Google Play Store for download.