Firefox Focus blocks online trackers and ads, so you can browse anonymously -- and faster.
Great for protecting your online privacy: With Firefox Focus, you can block trackers in ads, analytics, and social media; as well as other content trackers and Web fonts. The first three types are blocked by default, so you don't have to remember to switch to incognito mode. Go to Settings to block content trackers and Web fonts.
Safari integration: Under Settings, you can also enable Safari integration to block trackers in Apple's native browser.
Easy to use: Firefox Focus works like any other browser -- input your URL and go. But when you're done browsing, tap the Erase button on the top right to delete your cookies, search, passwords, and browsing history. If you ever get confused, Firefox Focus is full of explainers and has a robust Help section.
Faster browsing: Webpages load much faster when online trackers and ads aren't slowing them down.
Yahoo Search is the default search engine: Yahoo Search is an odd choice for Firefox Focus's default search engine, as it just suffered one of the largest data breaches of all time. There is currently no way to change this default, but Mozilla says that a future update will bring search engine choice.
Firefox Focus helps protect your privacy while you browse the Web. When the app adds the ability for you to choose an alternate, more trusted search engine, this browser will become even more competitive.