Firefox has always been our first browser choice here at Greatson Media. It’s UI is easy to use, security is beyond any other. Firefox recently came out with a new and improved mobile browser that helps further protect users from tracking, ads, and more. Here are further tips on how to protect your privacy from Firefox.

You shouldn’t have to worry about your privacy
It would be great if the makers of your apps, favorite sites and devices had your best interests at heart — but unfortunately, most tech makers put profit over people. Controversial opinion: that’s not ok.

There are easy ways to put your privacy first. Start with your mobile device:

1. Adjust your phone’s permissions
Prevent apps from accessing your info, and stop your phone from giving it away.
2. Change your phone’s name
Fellow cafe patrons (or nearby hackers) don’t need to know your name.
3. Clean up your apps
Old apps don’t need to hang out on your homescreen… or collect data without your permission.