Firefox for Android now comes with a built-in ad blocker

03 November, 2015
In a very interesting twist, the latest version of Firefox for Android basically has a built-in ad blocker. The Mozilla-made browser has obviously been no stranger to ad blocking before today, but it's so far performed such actions via dedicated extensions such as AdBlock Plus.

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  • Anonymous

AnonD-450158, 04 Nov 2015This is just the private browsing mode, and since ads do track y... moreTrue and that makes sense. Ads shouldn't track .

  • AnonD-362866

[deleted post]Really? Funny... I dont remember seeing an ad anywhere since ios 9 update

  • AnonD-462493

Tryed it and it worked (the addblock part). What more should i say?

  • AnonD-362866

Awww so many cute attempts at adblocking on Android lmao

  • AnonD-450158

Anonymous, 03 Nov 2015I understand blocking the tracking stuff, but ads do help websit... moreThis is just the private browsing mode, and since ads do track your browsing, this prevents that. Basically the advertiser's fault for tracking your browsing. If you want to support a website, then use the normal browsing mode.

  • Anonymous

I understand blocking the tracking stuff, but ads do help websites and it looks like websites (especially the new ones or small ones) could became in danger of extension .

  • AnonD-442781

Just use adguard.