Since we first announced our implementation of the Do Not Track HTTP
header, we've seen an amazing amount of support from trade groups, and even other browser makers.
To build on our view that you should have control of how you're tracked
on not only desktop computers but also your mobile devices, we're
excited to announce that the latest beta of Firefox for Android also includes this feature.
beta of Firefox for Android through an
easy-to-find switch in the preferences--see image to the right, and websites will see exactly the same signal that Do Not Track-enabled desktop browsers send. Every time Firefox loads a web page, image, or advertisement it includes a "DNT: 1" signal that tells the entire web you don't want to be tracked.
The web on your phone should be the same web as on your desktop, so to
provide this consistency we've put the exact same Do Not Track feature
in both the desktop and mobile versions of Firefox.
Try it out today! Grab the latest beta of Firefox for Android and turn on the feature. If you visit my blog from Firefox (mobile or desktop) with Do Not Track turned on, the widget below will glow green just for you.