Among the different functions we can find in Mozilla's browser, we have to point out browsing in incognito mode. With this feature, we can visit websites without leaving any traces on our browsing history. But to use it we have to enable the function because by default we browse in normal mode.
Incognito browsing by default on iPhone thanks to Mozilla
Yes, you've read it right. This corporation has launched an app for iOS devices called Firefox Focus that puts the stress on different functions and features that protect the user's privacy. Obviously, the most noteworthy aspect is browsing in incognito mode, but there are more:
- Block a wide range of Internet trackers without needing to configure anything.
- Much easier to delete your browsing history.
- Removes adverts.
- Faster browsing by removing trackers and other elements that slow down the loading of web pages.
Wave goodbye to passwords, cookies and trackers stored on your smartphone.
Configuring the app is very simple, you yourself can decide which trackers to block: adverts, social trackers, analytics... in turn it can be used as a standalone app but since Safari is the default browser for many iPhone users, you can also integrate into the latter so as not to change your browsing habits too drastically.