Mozilla has released a new content blocker for the iPhone and iPad, continuing its push to provide users with privacy options for their Web browsing.
Called Focus by Firefox, the app released Tuesday works a lot like other blockers for Apple’s mobile platform: Users download the app from the App Store, and open it to select the sort of content they want to block. After that, they just enable it as a content blocker in their phone or tablet’s settings.
I’ve been seeing a lot of Mozilla in the news lately, and I’m… not certain how I feel about it. A bit of trouble for getting paid to integrate Pocket into Firefox; cutting Thunderbird from their roster; launching an ad-blocker for iOS; killing Firefox OS. Did they just get some new management or something?