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 little browser to a stealth mode startup company that wasn't quite ready to reveal themselves to the world.
Today that changes, and the new company now known as Link Bubble has started things off by removing the need to pay for advanced features and made Link Bubble and Link Bubble Pro one and the same.
If you are among those who upgraded from Link Bubble to Link Bubble Pro in the last month, the new owners are prepared to issue a refund.
The limitations applied to the free version of Link Bubble are now gone. This means matching site themes, Article Mode, Android Wear support, and access to an infinite number of bubbles are now standard features for the browser. In the announcement post from Link Bubble, the next steps for this browser include big fixes, performance optimization, and a focus on customer support.
If you are among those who upgraded from Link Bubble to Link Bubble Pro in the last month, the new owners are prepared to issue a refund. If you've made the upgrade before the new owners take over, you're not quite as fortunate.
This is a great new start for the owners of Link Bubble and its users, and if this new foot forward is any indicator it looks like this browser is going to continue being one of the more unique and capable browsers available for Android today.