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Earlier this year, Samsung released the fourth edition of its web browser, which provided a series of developments to its users. In February, the company’s proprietary cellular browser was specifically available on recent devices, like the Note 5 or Galaxy S6.
However, for users wishing to have Samsung’s updated app on their earlier Note or Galaxy handsets, the time has come to enjoy its features. Customers of past Samsung gadgets can now set up the newest edition of the web browser.
The record contains famous items, like the Note 3, the Galaxy S4 or other gadgets operating on Android Lollipop 5.0 or newer. For a complete list of compliant smart phones, those who are interested can visit Samsung’s official site.
All editions of the Android operating system on Samsung’s gadgets, so not only the latest Marshmallow version, now can block unwanted content. This useful feature is offered if the device has a separate third-party application set up on it.
The other significant function is its Secret Mode, very similar to the Incognito Mode in Google Chrome and the private browsing configurations seen in Mozilla Firefox. Furthermore, Samsung has included verification and safety features to allow a more secure experience during the Internet surfing sessions.
The Korean producer had bumpy start with the ad blocking features for its own Android web browser. The app was originally released for gadgets running on Marshmallow 6.0, however the search engine has quickly taken down the dedicated application called Adblocker Plus.
Then Google changed its strategy, indicating that there is now a wide range of ad-blocking software which can be used with Samsung’s mobile browser. Users who are thinking about the implications of this move must know that the new web browser of the Korean giant comes with significant developments.
Among these upgrades, we can mention assistance for various ad blockers, the option to open video clips in a separate window while surfing on the Internet at the same time, along with the Secret Mode concealing the users’ web history,
Besides offering its mobile browser to previous Galaxy handsets, Samsung is extending the accessibility of the app to the new Galaxy S7 devices launched these weeks. The cell phones will be delivered via US mobile carriers without this modern web browser set up by default. Thus far, people have not been capable to run the software on their gadgets from Google’s Play Store.
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