Tag Archive: Browser


Project Fi launches free browser game and a gift for its customers

Free stuff is good stuff.

The holiday season is here, and to help celebrate it, Project Fi just launched a fun little browser game that you can play from either your phone or desktop.

The game has you controlling a yellow character as they ski down a snowy slope, and your objective is to ride as long as you can without running into any trees, logs, or even a yeti. Going over the yellow ramps will give you a  [Read More…]

Microsoft Edge browser is coming to Android soon

Using Windows 10 with an Android is about to get a lot easier, as Microsoft is bringing its Edge web browser to those phones starting today.

In a surprise announcement, Microsoft said its Edge web browser is now available for iPhones, with a release for Android “in the coming weeks.”

The initial rollout for the browser will be limited to those in the U.S. but should expand to other markets over time. Currently, the browser is in preview only  [Read More…]

Best Android browser for porn [NSFW]

When privacy and malware-blocking matter more than ever.

A lot of people want to use their phone to look at online porn. According to Pornhub’s statistics, 72% of their total traffic (SFW Pornhub stats and press blog link) comes from mobile devices. And since Pornhub is listed as the 44th most popular site on the internet, that’s a lot.

We don’t judge here. What we want is for you to get the most out of your phone, whether that  [Read More…]

Change your Android phone’s default browser to Chrome [How-To]

Most Android manufacturers usually bundle their phone or tables with their own web browsers. My Xiaomi Mi 4i has one and it’s super slow and frustrating to use. If you too are sick and tired of your phone automatically opening links from third-party apps in the stock browser, you should know there’s a simple way […]

Google Allo has finally come to the web browser

Google Allo now has a desktop client, available from any web browser.

Google’s Allo messaging client is nearing its first birthday, and the service is finally launching one of the biggest components of other messaging apps: a desktop client. I didn’t use Allo at all for the first nine months of its existence because I could not have my phone at my previous job, and no web interface meant I could not use the service during the day. Google  [Read More…]

Google Allo is now available in your browser

Google launched the Allo Messenger last year to Android and iOS devices. It was the first app in Android to come with the AI powered Google Assistant and it received a lot of positive reviews from users around the world. While the app is largely popular and has over 10 million downloads, it still couldn’t […]

You can now use Samsung’s browser on nearly every Android phone, but should you?

Browser includes features such as extensions and night mode.

Samsung’s Internet application may seem superfluous when a smartphone or tablet already has Google Chrome, but it has a few tricks up its sleeve. The most well-known feature is extension support, so users can download a separate content blocker to filter out malicious advertisements. There are also some handy features including a night mode that darkens a web page’s interface, and battery life is reportedly better than Chrome,  [Read More…]

6 reasons to use the Samsung browser on your Galaxy S8

The Samsung Internet browser is a formidable choice for a mobile browser and it has a number of features that make it worth using over Google Chrome.

The bundled applications aren’t usually our favorite part of Samsung’s smartphones, but with the Galaxy S8 and S8+, the Samsung Internet browser is worth using.

It’s nothing new: the browser has long been optimized specifically for use with Samsung’s smartphones, which is partly why it’s such a solid choice for  [Read More…]

TweetDeck for your browser now lets you verify images via Google

Knowing where Twitter’s images come from is a good thing.

With the rampant and almost revolutionary spread of fake things across the internet, TweetDeck has announced it’s added a feature that lets you verify the source behind an image before you react.

New! Click the 🔍 icon in the top right corner of an image in detail view to verify the source via Google. pic.twitter.com/w2gLXKuegC

— TweetDeck (@TweetDeck) May 31, 2017

It’s easy to use: hover  [Read More…]

Ad-Blocking could be on the horizon for Google’s Chrome browser

The Wall Street Journal has reported on the possibility of Google introducing an ad-blocking feature for their Chrome browser for both mobile and desktop platforms. This is an interesting one as Google itself is predominately a form of advertising company and on top of that they already pay for the services of Adblock Plus enrolling onto […]