There's a new content blocker for iOS available today and it comes from a familiar name in the web world: Mozilla.
The company launched Focus by Firefox on Tuesday which focuses, for lack of a better word, on privacy controls and an open source blocklist.
The free app, found in the iTunes App Store, blocks mobile websites from tracking user data as well as displaying web fonts; all of which can help speed up the mobile browsing experience while also maintaining user privacy.
Apple introduced support for web content blockers with iOS 9 and there are several good options available. Up to now, I've been using 1Blocker to eliminate tracking and web pop-ups, for example.
"For many content blockers, the standards used to determine what gets blocked aren't clear. They aren't transparent about their choices. They don't provide ways for blocked content providers to improve and become unblocked. And some content blockers remove companies from a list in exchange for payment."