Tag Archive: browsers


For as little as $3.29 a month you can use NordVPN to secure your browser’s connection

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Have you ever stopped to think about how much of your day you spend connecting to networks that aren’t your own? Whether you’re working at a Starbucks, trying to finish something up at the airport before your flight, or sitting in the public library, odds are you’re connected to a network that isn’t the most secure without  [Read More…]

Opera browsers for Android get video compression, installable web apps and more

Popular browser provider, Opera, is today officially launching a bunch of new features for its Android offerings.

Alongside some new company branding, both Opera and Opera Mini for Android are seeing some tasty new additions that have been in beta for a little while now. Opera is getting installable web apps and video compression while Opera Mini is getting a new tabbed browsing experience.

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Microsoft adds faster ways to earn Bing Rewards on Android and mobile browsers

You can get your Bing Rewards points faster with a new update to the Android app, along with mobile browsers.

Microsoft is making it easier for Android and mobile web-based users of its Bing Rewards service to earn points and redeem them for items and more with an update to its interface.

The 10 best Android browsers

Android has a ton of ways to browse the web, but it’s up to you to choose which works best for your needs.

Web browsers are the one app you just sort of always expect to be there, which is often a good thing and a bad thing. Everyone knows accessing the web is a critical part of almost every device today, but a surprising number of users rarely use something other than the browser that  [Read More…]

Facebook brings Messenger to a standalone site for web browsers

Messenger has launched as a standalone web site, but it won’t be disappearing from Facebook’s core site.

Messenger, Facebook’s messaging platform, is now available as a standalone service on the web. In the past users had to use Facebook’s website to message their friends and family, but starting today they can do so without all the extra distractions.

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YouTube now defaults to its HTML5 player on web browsers

If you access YouTube on a web browser such as Chrome, the videos will now use the HTML5 player by default. Google announced this move today, while also revealing it is “deprecating” the old Flash-based embeds and Flash API from YouTube.

Top browsers for Android (mid-2014)

top 5 browsers (mid-2014)

Browser is quite probably an integral part of your everyday smartphone routine, no matter how you use it. Luckily for us there are plenty of browsers populating Google Play Store, many of which are great. Please note that these browsers are listed in no particular order, each of them has something different to offer and… Read more »

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