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Firefox Focus now Available on Android

Mozilla has finally launched Firefox Focus on Android, which was launched late last year on iOS but is now also available on the Play Store.

Remember Mozilla Firefox Focus that was released for the iOS users late last year? Mozilla has yet released an Android version for the Android users. And guess what? It’s already on Playstore for you to Install.

If you love browsing privately without the browser saving your cookies, caches and even tracking your information, then, Firefox Focus is the best browser for you.

Mozilla Firefox Focus was designed to only Focus on private browsing only, i.e: you can only browse in Incognito mode only. Though, all modern browsers has Incognito feature for browsing privately, but Firefox Focus was only meant for browsing in Incognito mode. That is why it’s called Focus (Firefox Focus); focusing on only Incognito browsing.

Firefox Fucos is permanently a private mode browser, that allows you browse anonymously. It doesn’t keep caches, cookies and also leave no track of your history or cookies. Once you are done browsing, clearing the prominently placed trash button clears everything. To keep things more simple, there is also no tab support or bookmarks.

Focus also can also block ads, analytic trackers, and social tracks automatically, although they can be disabled. You can also improve performance by blocking web fonts. The iOS version has the ability to work as an ad blocker for Safari but that functionality is absent on Android.

But the Android version does show the number of ads and trackers blocked on the page with a button to disable tracker blocker in the menu. There is also a persistent notification when the app is running in the background that you can click and clear the browser instantly.

WHERE TO DOWNLOAD FIREFOX FOCUS?

If you are the type that love browsing anonymously, then, Firefox Focus is an ideal browser for you. Though, not everyone would love to install this browser, someone like me. Because the normal incognito mode Chrome has, is quite ok for me. I’m satisfied with it.

But if you do feel like testing out this browser, then, download from Playstore here.

About Ayorinde Ayodeji

Ayorinde Ayodeji is the CEO of caffinegeeks. When he’s not busy making Caffinegeeks Products better, you can find him Biking, Coding, and Making researchs.Web developer and SEO Expert by heart.

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  1. thanks sir… for the update

  2. wow this is perfect

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