If you’re looking for a totally private browser that doesn’t store any information about you, doesn’t allow anyone to ever see your browser history and doesn’t let websites track you in any way whatsoever, you’ve come to the right place.

Firefox Focus is essentially a Lite version of Firefox Quantum, designed and released by Mozilla themselves, compatible with Android and iOS platforms. It does exactly what it says on the tin – it allows you to stay focussed when you’re browsing the web.

With so many browsers popping up these days offering unique features, it can be difficult to know which one to use. To answer this question you really need to know exactly what it is you’re using your browser for. If you’re just using it to look things up or do specific tasks, the Firefox Focus is ideal for you – it’s quick, simple and elegant. However, if you’re looking for a more complete browser with addons and customizable features, then this isn’t going to work out.

What is Firefox Focus APK?

Originally released as a tracker blocking app, it became so popular that Mozilla decided to ramp it up into a fully fledged browser. Well, sort of, anyway. While the Firefox Focus private browser does its job well enough, it’s certainly not comparable to a proper browser. It’s a very stipped down version of Firefox that brings things back to the total basics. For example, it only allows you to keep one tab open at a time, doesn’t support addons or even bookmarks, and it barely even stores cookies from websites.

That doesn’t sound too good does it? Well, that’s only one side of the coin.

It also blocks every ad and tracker over the web from interfering with your browsing session, meaning not only can you focus on what you’re doing (hence the name), but it also loads much quicker due to not having to load any undesirable banners trying to sell you crap.

The browser is only available on Android and iOS platforms and is great for low-spec phones seeing as it only takes up a miniscule 2MB of space on your device. The browser is quick, private, secure and smooth. If you’re just looking to perform one-task operations, then there’s really no reason not to download it alongside another, more versatile browser.

Best Features – Firefox Focus Review

Have a look at some of the best features of Firefox Focus for Android:


Firefox Focus apk is simple and clean. The purple home page doesn’t feature any top sites or news, or any other pointless tabs that you never pay any attention to. It simply features a blank purple page informing you that the browser blocks ads and trackers to ensure your privacy, and it has a search bar. That’s it. Simples.

Blocks Ads

Who in the world likes ads? They’re a pain in the backside and everyone would rather not see them. They also cause your browser to slow down while loading them and they can even contain malware that slips into your device alongside them. Most browsers now understand this and if they don’t already come with an inbuilt ad blocker, then they at least allow you to install one as an addon. Focus takes the former approach, meaning all ads are blocked, including pop-ups.

Tracker Blocker

Same deal as above. Trackers also slow your browsing experience and can take personal information to target you with ads. They’re not good and nobody wants them. Focus understands this, too, and that’s why Mozilla has included a blocker that doesn’t allow a single tracker online to collect data about you. This makes it a much more browsing experience compared to say, Chrome, which only allows you to send requests to websites no to track you, without any actual enforcement (that being said, you can still block trackers on Chrome by installing the Disconnect addon).


Due to all the stripped down features on the Firefox Focus app, the browsing speed is noticeably faster than Chrome and other browser apps, making it ideal for quick searches while on the go. The lack of ads and trackers also helps to significantly increase the speed of the app, however, due to the lack of extra tabs, homepage features and more, this app runs faster than say, Brave Browser, which also blocks ads and trackers.


We keep saying this word, but it’s just so relevant. The browser only allows you to do one thing at a time and doesn’t throw any distractions at you, so naturally you’re more likely to pay attention to the task at hand, rather than drift off on links that you see. This obviously has its downsides and this feature does make Firefox Focus a one purpose browser, rather than one to use as a default (unless you never need more than one tab open).

Wipes History

As soon as you leave the browser you history will be completely wiped automatically, so you don’t have to worry about the weird questions you ask Google popping up the next time someone tries to search. The last page you had open will also disappear upon closing the app.

How to Download Firefox Focus

Downloading this secure mobile web browser is as easy as pressing the button at the top of this page. You’ll be taken to the Google Play Store where you just need to press “install.” The browser takes up a miniscule amount of space on your device, so even if you’re running another browser like Chrome of Brave, it’s still worth having Firefox Focus.

In fact, given all the features of Firefox Focus, alongside the limitations, we’d recommend that you use this as a secondary browser. Download one that allows for multiple tabs to open, saves your passwords and frequented websites in a cache and also features an ad blocker. Then, use Firefox Focus for those quick searches while you’re on the go. You’ll be impressed by the noticeable speed increase over Chrome and the rest.

That being said, Firefox Focus for Android is not appropriate as a primary browser as it only allows for one tab to be open at any given time, it barely features a cache, and it generally lacks the features (although deliberately) that make up a well-rounded web browser.