Which browser do you use on your Mac or iPhone? Dave Farrington explains why he switched from Safari.
Privacy and security. Well, more privacy than security, but I lump them together. Firefox for macOS High Sierra offers built-in privacy tools, and similar tools now show up in Firefox for iOS.
There’s more to it than that.
Firefox developer Mozilla can see the future is about privacy and both Google’s Chrome and Apple’s Safari just don’t do enough. Google’s business model is advertising and tracking. Apple makes a few billion dollars in profits each year by putting Google’s search engine as default, so I consider the Mac maker somewhat complicit in all the tracking and privacy issues these days.
Firefox is screaming fast and privacy is built-in. Now, if only a VPN were involved. You know, like Opera.