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Link Bubble

Link Bubble becomes free to all, with refunds coming for recent Pro purchases

There are dozens of Android browsers out there today, but none of them work quite like Link Bubble. It's an app that fits a specific kind of mobile browsing, and the users that fit that niche absolutely love the overall experience. A few weeks ago, the creator of Link Bubble sold his popular...
Samsung browser on the Galaxy S6

A look inside the Samsung browser

The Samsung browser is quick and offers a few neat features if you have no prior browser lock-in. Depending on what carrier you bought your Samsung phone from, chances are you may not even have Samsung's built-in browser (simply called "Internet" in the app drawer). Galaxy owners on Verizon...
Browsers

Android browser tips and tricks

Android has no shortage of browsers to choose from, and while they've all got something to make them unique there are a few things they all do the same. Mobile browsing is a mixed bag. You get some sites that offer a mobile version with no way to get to the real homepage, desktop-focused...
Inside Firefox for Android

Inside Firefox for Android

Mozilla's version of an open browser is one of your better options on Android, especially if you are into flexibility and choice. While there's a certain appeal to having structured simplicity in a web browser — something that "just works" and doesn't have option and settings coming at you...
Chrome for Android

Inside Google Chrome for Android

It comes pre-loaded with just about everything Android nowadays, and with good reason. Google has been changing the very nature of the web browser for a long time now. There are a lot of features we take for granted, both on mobile and desktop browsers, that exist because of Google Chrome....
Inside Opera and Opera Mini

Inside Opera and Opera Mini

Whether it's more important that your browser get you where you're going as fast as possible or using as little data as possible, Opera has you covered. Most people have used a version of the Opera browser without even realizing it. The company has been responsible for embedded, white-label...
Facebook settings

How to turn off Facebook's in-app browser for external links

In August of last year, Facebook started rolling out an in-app browser that let you view links completely in the app without being thrown out to your own installed browser of choice. That's all fine and good, but if you want the additional features, bookmarking, familiarity or added security of...
Facebook's in-app browser

Facebook enabling in-app browser for links on some accounts

Facebook is rolling out a new feature in its app that many have offered for some time — an in-app browser — to speed up reading and sharing of links found within the social network. As is the case in many RSS readers and Twitter apps, Facebook's in-app browser will load the web page of a link you...
Chrome extensions can now only be installed if they're from the Chrome Web Store in a move by Google to keep users safe.

Google blocks sideloading of Chrome extensions

To protect users from malicious attacks, Google has implemented a change to the Chrome browser so that extensions can now only be installed if they are downloaded from the Chrome Web Store. For end users, this means that you cannot download an extension from another source and try to install or...
Chrome

Update brings Chrome 31 to the stable track, adds printing for Android 4.4 KitKat

For those of you rocking the stable (ie not beta) version of the Chrome browser, be aware that an update is headed your way. Chrome 31 has been promoted to the stable track, and it brings forth the ability to print from a device running Android 4.4 KitKat (though it appears that's also in Chrome...

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