Mozilla finally released its Firefox Focus browser for Android, after the program was already available for iOS from the last year.

The app, which can now be downloaded from the Google’s Play Store, is a lightweight version of the popular browser, mostly aimed at protecting personal data while working on the Internet.

“Firefox Focus for Android automatically blocks a wide range of online trackers — from the moment you launch it to the second you leave it.”

While other browsers have ‘Private Mode’, Firefox Focus is constantly in one. This means that the browser does not keep any of your history or cookies, and each session is deleted after it is completed. When you’re done browsing, just press a button and everything will be cleaned.

To be the browsing as simple as possible, there are no tabs and bookmarks available. Firefox Focus can block ads, analytics trackers and social plug-ins as well as some fonts. Interestingly, the iOS version of the browser can even be used as an add-on to Safari.

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