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Status: New idea

Current solution's to enable "Clear history when Firefox closes" and it's not convinient, because there's need to tap something to clear history. I suggest to add an option to turn off history completely just like it was possible on Fennec version with the places.history.enabled pref.

Strollin' around

Option to not holding the history is must.

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In other words, add an “Always use Private Mode” switch.

Currently you can switch to private mide and open a window. Firefox (for iOS in my case) will return to it UNLESS you close all the private tabs, in which case it returns to non-private mode and starts collecting cruft in the cache — necessitating manual clearing.

It’s an annoyance that would be completely eradicated if we could set the mobile app to private-only — just like we already do for desktop Firefox!

Strollin' around

We can have a History , tab at Settings. There we can select what we want to keep if we want to keep it.


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(Note: a similar idea has been merged into this thread)

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Much desired, especially since there's no true way to use the private browsing mode at all times on Android (the user can easily miss-press when opening a new tab, at least).

Making moves

@Anonymous What? Isn't it has been able to always use private browsing mode?