Samsung's browser for mobile phones
One of the most noteworthy features of Android is the user's freedom to escape from Mozilla and Google's tyranny regarding their browsers, Firefox and Chrome. On this operating system, the offer is much greater and diversified than on PC or Mac, and we can download all sorts of web browsers.
One of them is developed by the South Korean multinational company, Samsung, and preinstalled on its Galaxy range, as well as the Google Nexus series, provided that they're equipped with Android 5.0 or above. We're talking about a web browser with interesting features and functions that put the stress on privacy and usability.
Samsung's web browser
It goes by the name of Samsung Internet Browser and it's an application that offers us a great browsing experience. And now we can download its APK to any smartphone that fulfills its requirements and without needing to be manufactured by this company.
Put your Galaxy's browser on any smartphone for free.
This alternative to Chrome, Firefox, UC Browser, Puffin and other similar apps comes along with the following functions and features:
- Possibility to set DuckDuckGo as the default search engine focused on the user's privacy.
- Compatible with third-party applications capable of blocking contents such as Adblock and similar services.
- Support for online purchases and payments with reinforced security.
- Compatible with beacons by means of the CloseBy service.
- Assistant for shopping on Amazon.
- Assistant to play video: choose between different options whenever you play multimedia contents.
- Swipe function that allows you to easily go forward and backward easily from the URL bar.
- Integration with Samsung devices.
- QR code reader.
It's a comfortable browser that, both due to its interface and functions, will delight anyone that wants a more simple browsing experience adapted to how they use their mobile device, whether a smartphone or tablet.
- Requires Android 5.0 or above.
- The version of the application and the space required depends on the device on which it's installed.