Thanks to countless updates over the years, Samsung Internet has become one of the best alternatives to Google Chrome when it comes to web browsers on Android. The latest update brings Samsung Internet up to version 9.0, and while all of the core functionality remains the same, there are quite a few visual changes you'll want to keep an eye out for.
One of the biggest tweaks is the removal of the menu button at the top right corner of the app. Now, you'll tap the new hamburger menu icon on the bottom navigation bar to see your bookmarks, enable night mode, access your settings, and more. Not only is the new menu more visually appealing, but it's also a lot easier to reach.
Speaking of the bottom nav bar, you'll also notice that the text underneath each icon is now removed and that you now have to access the new menu in order to view your bookmarks.
Other changes included a centered address bar at the top of the browser, a black background behind any open tabs, and redesigned settings pages.`
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