Firefox Preview: 3 trackers
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I will uninstall it and write to an engineer I know at Mozilla.
For that one, as i’ve answered here, Firefox preview is still under heavy development, and so, might explain why they strangely use third party trackers instead of those they use by default in their current release of Firefox. I’ll suggest using the defaults firefox versions currently, or any FOSS rebrands like Fennec or IceCat.
Waterfox could potentially be a great idea, but I didn’t did a scan personally.
Sadly, Should I Answer is still the best version of a Spam blocker database app we have currently.
One weird thing I would like to point to @Manoj especially, is that the default re branded Messages of the /e/ OS, is an older version of QKSMS, which support only the legacy/obsolete version of Should I Answer (This version still works tho, and I suppose that the database is the same as the recent app). The latest builds of QKSMS now support the latest version of Should I Answer.
I don’t really understand why you’ve included also non default application @dotcoma ? Was it to showcase some alternatives you were suggesting to use instead of these popular apps?
I suppose this is the right place to write a new issue.
You should see a New issue button, especially if you have a gitlab account. https://gitlab.e.foundation/e/os/android_prebuilts_prebuiltapks/issues
I don’t know if you can post an issue without an account, but if you don’t want to create a gitlab account, I can reference your post, and create this issue for you @dotcoma.
I suppose Feeder’s web view mode relies on the android’s built-in web view browser. But what’s important is that without scripts it’s much harder to profile you. Also, this makes you look very similar to other Feeder users (at least), so it is supposed to be one of the best ways to view news on your smartphone privately.