Originally introduced in late 2017, Firefox has turned on the privacy feature by default for users of the third-party browser in a new update.
Tracking Protection is automatically turned on in regular and private browsing mode,
Tracking Protection, as you could probably guess by the name, is the same ad blocking technology found in the Firefox desktop browser. It is turned on in both regular and private browsing modes.
If you ever want to disable the feature, just select the menu button to turn Tracking Protection off. You can also see if there are any tracking elements on a certain page.
With the feature, Mozilla notes that many users should see after site loading.
The update also brings two new features for the iPad. Along with being able to reorder tabs, users can drag and drop links for Firefox into other applications.
Firefox is designed for the iPhone and all iPad models. It can be downloaded now on the App Store for free.