Firefox: Private, Safe Browser apk

Firefox: Private, Safe Browser for Android

- REQUIRES ANDROID | Published by Mozilla on 2023-06-06   | Category: Utilities

Rating 4 from 66 Votes | $ Free

About Firefox: Private, Safe Browser

Firefox: Private, Safe Browser is a Utilities app by Mozilla. Get the people-first browser that’s backed by a non-profit. It’s a new era in tech.

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    Whats new in v114.0

    • Release date: 2023-06-06
    • Current version: 114.0
    • File size: 79.71 MB
    • Developer: Mozilla
    • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.4 or later. or Android KitKat 4.4, Lollipop 5.0, Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.0, Oreo 8.0, Android Pie 9.0, Quince Tart 10, Red velvet cake 11, Snow cone 12 or later versions

    11 things about Firefox: Private, Safe Browser

    1. When you make Firefox your go-to, everyday browser, you’re also joining a unique (serious nerd cred) community that’s actively helping to diversify the way people experience the internet.

    2. Firefox is the obvious choice for independent, ethical tech that respects your privacy and gives you more ways than ever to tailor your internet experience exactly the way you want it.

    3. Firefox is backed by the non-profit Mozilla Foundation, whose mission is to ensure the internet remains a global public resource, open and accessible to everyone.

    4. In addition to synced tabs and searches, Firefox makes password management easy by remembering your passwords across devices.

    5. Firefox displays your open tabs as thumbnails and numbered tabs, making it easy to find what you want quickly.

    6. The Firefox web browser makes it easy to share links to web pages or specific items on a page with easy, quick access to your most recently used apps.

    7. We build products like Firefox to promote choice and transparency and give people more control over their lives online.

    8. Your Firefox homepage displays the most recent searches you’ve done on other devices so you can easily get back to what you were doing or thinking about.

    9. By default, Firefox blocks trackers and scripts such as social media trackers, cross-site cookie trackers, cryptominers and fingerprinters.

    10. Firefox gives you greater privacy protection while you’re on the web.

    11. Add Firefox across your devices for secure, seamless browsing.

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    Firefox: Private, Safe Browser Reviews

    • Not actually firefox, no adblocker even possible

      It's Mobile Safari with a skin. No extensions means no uBlock, which means no ad blocking. No userscripts, no user style sheets, no multiple profiles, no containers, no developer tools, none of the customization that you want from Firefox. Even though it's just a cheap wrapper around Safari, it's actually worse than just using Safari: none of your Safari adblockers are available, either! Mobile Firefox is literally the worst of both worlds. I'm no fan of Safari but at least it doesn't let sites cover the screen in scummy web ads. One of the few Firefox-specific features it pretends to support, tab sync and sending or receiving tabs between devices, does nothing whatsoever. Password sync is sporadic at best -- sometimes it just refuses to update at all or worse still, reverts your changes. Pref sync? Nope, nothing whatsoever. This thing manages somehow to be bad at both being Firefox and being a low-effort Safari port.

      ~ By Just Your Usual Reviewer

    • Excellent Browser - Just like it’s always been

      I’ve used Mozilla’s Netscape in the mid-late 1990s. First at the university I attended which because it was a former military base that was being repurposed and reclaimed where it was safe to do so, was one of the first to be hardwired to the internet as well as supplying remote dialup, email, and server space to students. This was back when AOL was cranking out landfill CDROMs by the millions and misinterpreting what the internet was. There were moments when I thought the browser had been the victim of the dotcom bubble burst, only to find it had risen from the flames like a Firebird under a new name, but from the same good people. So I guess I’ve been a Mozilla brand user that has stuck with them at least as a secondary browser and usually as a go to. There are simply more options with Firefox - especially in the way you can modify its appearance in desktop OSs, which isn’t a functional thing, but nonetheless important. What is important is security and I have never felt at risk using Firefox. Even Safari in iOS has moments when (very obvious and bad) attempts to bait you get through - telling you to update your Flash from 2010 (yes< in iOS). But I’ve yet to have anything like that happen in Firefox. Only con I would say is that I wish in integrated easier with iOS. But I don’t think it would be what it is if it did.

      ~ By transcendentalaccidentalism

    • Latest Version Crashes Shortly After Opening

      For some reason, Mozilla have allowed a bug to make it into the current (102) version of Firefox on iOS that is causing it to regularly crash, particularly a few seconds after opening. It’s extremely annoying.

      ~ By freeAgent85

    • Annoying auto keyboard prompt on newtab

      I use Firefox on all my devices, but iOS version annoys me very much: 1. Every time I open a newtab, there are shortcut buttons 2. The moment before I click shortcut buttons, Firefox automatically set input focus to search/url bar, and calling out keyborad 3. Then I end up clicking some random keyboard key instead of the shortcut I want. Please DO NOT prompt keyboard on newtab automatically, PLEASE!!

      ~ By Tchaikkkkkk

    • was perfect but recent update causing major issues

      let me just say i love firefox it’s been my default on various devices for years. however after the current update it has stopped displaying pictures and rendering some websites entirely blank. everything else runs normally but this makes it impossible to use for most things leaving me to turn to other less secure browsers out of desperation. please fix this issue so i can continue to use firefox on my mobile devices.

      ~ By tcampbel1965


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