As most readers here know, I have a somewhat tepid relationship with alternative internet browsers for iOS. I think Safari can be made reasonably private and secure (especially when coupled with Firefox Focus). For users who want maximum security from their browser, however, I have another recommendation. I have recently fallen for the SnowHaze iOS browser.
I generally don’t recommend alternative internet browsers for iOS. This is in part because I believe keeping the number of apps on the device to a bare minimum is a good idea, and because I have never really loved one. While the former has not changed, the latter may have. Firefox Focus is Mozilla’s new privacy-centric iOS browser, and this post is a Firefox Focus review.
Two days ago, ProtonMail released version 3.6. A number of new features were added in this release. The biggest one is long-awaited: two-factor authentication. Another new feature that interested me is ProtonMail’s new single password mode. Continue reading “ProtonMail Two-Factor and Single Password Mode”