It would be really useful if Firefox for iOS and Android supported the generation of Relay aliases. As it stands, a user has to open a separate tab, load the Relay website, login and then create an alias, copy it and then go back to where they needed it. It would be far easier to integrate alias creation within the browser itself. I think DuckDuckGo browser can do this, as an example.
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For a good mobile email alias experience, you might check out the Relay Premium "subdomain" feature. With it, you can make up any alias you like at yourdomain.mozmail.com - you don't need an app, a browser, or even a device. You can make one up in the middle of a real-life conversation.
For those interested, a Product Manager from our Firefox Relay team (and other privacy and security tools) just kicked off a discussion right here in the community about...yup, you guessed it...privacy & security:
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I agree. I was looking into purchasing a Relay subscription, but it won't be worth the money for me until it's available on mobile since that's where I do the majority of my web surfing.
Thank you for the feedback! This is something we're looking into and might have some updates very soon.
@s1fly @gaylesbean Thought you might be interested in our latest announcement! https://blog.mozilla.org/addons/2022/12/15/new-extensions-available-now-on-firefox-for-android-night...
We've delivered this as an add-on for Android Nightly—more info in our blog post here—and are currently exploring options to bring Relay more integrated for iOS and Android.
Check it out, let us know what you think, and of course stay tuned for more updates 😁
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