Firefox Focus gets a revamp, new design

Online privacy has become a crucial aspect of our lives. Having said that, Mozilla has added new features to Firefox focus, a browser developed with user-privacy in mind. Firefox Focus was initially released in 2016, and it comes with a built-in private browsing mode. New colors, a new logo, and a dark theme have been added to the browser. Mozilla has also added a new shortcut feature to make it easier for users to go to sites they visit frequently.


Firefox Focus has a fresh look

It includes features such as automatic ad blocking and tracking protection while surfing any website. A simple erase button deletes your cookies, browsing history, and passwords in an instant. It’s one of the most popular privacy-focused browsers for people who don’t want their online activity tracked.  Mozilla is also adding new features to Firefox for Android as part of Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Users who create an account for any app can now generate and save a new password, which can be used on both mobile and desktop.


The browser now has a new logo and color scheme. You can now see several shades of purple, as well as a hint of orange and pink. Users can now enable dark mode for individuals who want less white on their mobile devices, particularly while browsing late at night, as it should be gentler on the eyes.


Users can also use their phone to autofill their passwords and use any password they’ve saved in the browser to log into any online account. Firefox users will be able to sync all of their passwords across their desktop and mobile devices if they have a Firefox account. Mozilla now allows users to unlock their accounts with their faces or fingerprints.


Mozilla also announced that Firefox will be accessible in the Microsoft Store soon this year, following Microsoft’s easing of regulations that had previously prohibited third-party browsers from being distributed in the store.


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