Yes, you now have the right to browse privately on your Android phone with Firefox Beta. Firefox has introduced the “Do Not Track” feature in their latest build for Android. It is the first mobile Web browser to offer the “Do Not Track” privacy feature.
The Do Not Track feature gives more control to users over the way their browsing history is tracked and used online. The feature behaves just like private browsing and enables users to tell websites if they prefer to stay anonymous or not.
To enable the feature, open Settings and click on the button that says Tell sites not to track me. Once you’ve enabled the Do Not Track feature, you can test it by using Microsoft’s Do Not Track Test Page.
Firefox Beta for Android is available for download from the Android Market. Download the browser and test the next version of Firefox on your phone.
The update also includes some speed improvements and better compatibility with the SwiftKey keyboard for Android.