"Firefox Focus is the automatic private browser that provides tracking protection", Bermes said. There are many use cases for wanting to browse the web without being tracked, but Mozilla offers a common example: reading articles via apps "like Facebook". To make matters worse, the web can often feel cluttered. As the name suggest, Firefox Focus is designed for a tab-less browsing experience. It's also troubled by its choice of Yahoo a target="_blank" href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.mozilla.focus" rel="noopener" *launching today on Google Play as a free download. Firefox Focus for Android automatically blocks a lot of trackers and send do not track requests as well. Anyone who supports the web welcomes Mozilla's privacy-focused initiatives.
Disable tracker blocker - For sites that are not loading correctly, you can disable the tracker blocker to fix the issues.
The browser has a very sparse look and there's a notification system in place that reminds you to erase your browsing activity if you leave Focus running in the background.