Mozilla Firefox certainly needs to come up with something new in order to enrich its popularity, given the fact that the Google Chrome browser is now one of the most used we browsers all over the world, including mobile devices. The most recent info in connection to this matter has just hit the forums of the world wide web and it basically announces a change in the way Firefox by Mozilla will deal with the annoyance and irritation that ads produce to the users of the Internet. Shortly, Firefox promises ads based on browser history to be introduced as soon as possible.
No one using the internet shows admiration to the ads that delay the process of web surfing and also intervene in the most unpleasant moments. Recently, AdBlock Plus, the company behind the successful we plug in which gets rid of irritating ads has announced that they will probably come back to Android. And in addition to that they have said that the new AdBrowser they will launch will represent an ad free web surfing environment, in spite of its name.
So the ad free web surfing has come to represent one of the priorities for the tech giants, which are in a constant quest of providing the best service they can offer and, at the same time, still make incredible amounts of money from their advertising.
So Firefox by Mozilla will feature a new service, called `Suggested Tiles`. It sounds so pretty and inoffensive. Mozilla has announced that the Suggested Tiles is going to be a list based on the recent web browsing activities of the user. It sounds like the perfect recipe for introducing ads that might be interesting to you. Since they are related to your usual web browser history, the advertisers will benefit as well, since there is a bigger chance of actually selling the products they are promoting. And, according to the info provided by Mozilla, you will be, at least, less annoyed by the commercials on the world wide web.
The introduction of the Suggested Tiles is just another step taken by Mozilla in order to remain popular, since the competition achieves success on a daily basis. Last year, Mozilla has signed an agreement with Yahoo!, in order to make it the main search provider, after the company teamed up with Google on that aspect for a long period.
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