Ati ti èròjà atẹ̀lélànà asì ti fi pamọ́ fọ́jọ́ pípẹ́. Jọ̀wọ́ béèrè ìbéèrè titun bí o bá nílò ìrànwọ́.
Does Mozilla want users?
The latest version of or Firefox for Android provides a host of unwelcome ads, a clumsy UI that doesn't feel finished, sells my data by default, removes about:config where I used to fix your mistakes, runs slower than before and generally leaves no reason to use Firefox. This is profoundly sad. At one time Firefox was a beautiful example of what FOSS can be, later the last bastion of privacy and user customization. Now it seems that Mozilla is trying to make Firefox more like Chrome.
I understand that you need money to operate. But your current business model has driven away a user of thirteen years, who once downloaded Firefox for Android purely out of trust and faith in Mozilla. At this rate you will join Netscape as a defunct icon, and rightly so.