When it comes to an all-in-one privacy solution the Blur just might be the ticket. Blur can help with password protection, masking emails and camouflage credit card purchases. In short, Blur is a lean, but power privacy suite that’s easy to use and effective when it comes to privacy and anonymity.
Blur users are able to sync across all devices, which makes it exceptionally handy. Additionally, it’s able to block tracking scripts, tracking images and other technologies that are used to monitor your online activity.
You can download Blur to use as a web browser extension through Chrome and Firefox. But in order to begin using all of the amazing features that Blur has to offer you’ll need to sign-up for an account through the Abine (developers behind Blur) site first.
Blur is available in free and paid versions.
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