Ghostery Privacy Browser offers a private, fast, tracker- and ad-free mobile browsing experience. Equipped with the largest tracker database out there and comprehensive features that enhance user privacy for mobile browsing, Ghostery Privacy Browser integrates the powerful ad blocking and tracker protection of the Ghostery 8 control panel with improved web browser functionalities.
TRACKER VISIBILITY AND CONTROL
See who is tracking your data on the websites you visit and block or unblock these trackers individually or in bulk.
BUILT-IN AD BLOCKER
The mobile browser removes intrusive ads and clutter, resulting in a cleaner and ultimately faster browsing experience.
ENHANCED PRIVACY FEATURES
Enable the Smart Blocking feature to optimize page performance. For additional privacy protection, turn on Enhanced Anti-Tracking, an AI-based technology that anonymizes personal data points.
GHOST SEARCH - PRIVATE SEARCH ENGINE
Save time and data usage with our built-in private search, powered by Cliqz, that suggests three dynamic result cards (websites or other content) as you type in the address bar – providing smarter navigational options to get users to their destination with just one click. Cliqz does not store any personally identifiable information and works with sophisticated anonymization techniques, meaning users’ search queries remain completely private and anonymous.
Ghost mode (incognito browsing) offers and further privacy protection by preventing the websites you visit from appearing in your browser history.
Protect yourself from fraudulent websites that want to steal your passwords and account information with a built-in security feature that detects up to four times more phishing attempts than Google Safe Browsing and works considerably faster, uncovering phishing sites within an hour.
START TAB WITH CURATED NEWS ARTICLES AND WEBSITES
When you open a new tab, Ghostery Privacy Browser provides your most visited websites and curated news from respected and trustworthy media outlets such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today, Reuters, AP, BBC and The Guardian.