Apple should allow users to change the default browser on iOS, if they’re serious about privacy
These are the add ons I use on Firefox on an Android phone.
Not only do I have multiple ad blocking and tracking blocking tools enabled, I also have AMP to HTML enabled. The latter converts all AMP links to non-AMP links, thereby preventing Google from knowing my interactions on the website.
The fact that Apple claims to be privacy conscious without letting Firefox, a browser with infinitely more possibilities than Safari (a browser which wouldn’t survive in today’s market had Apple not bundled it in their OSes), function in its full glory is quite strange. Moreover it’s baffling why every link on Safari will have to depend on Apple’s opaque tracking prevention tools which the user has no control over.
Like it or not, I find it far easier to stay private on Android than I do on iOS, at least when it comes to the browser.