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    Default secure browser for android

    App from Google play store secure faster uses less battseems good.



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    Think you forgot the ULR or name of browser, or where you asking about one?

    Best one found to date is the Samsung Browser:

    Has *awesome* features many others don't have, that are not gimmicks but great useful features. Make sure you take the time to learn what it has to offer. Is great for tablets and one handed operation on phones. Has ad-blocking with Adblock Plus for Samsung Browser:
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    App is called secure browser for Android, blocks adds, faster, saves data, batt, etc. Best I have used so far.

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    Try FURY.

    From the playstore, Chromium based.
    The fact that there's a highway to hell and a stairway to heaven says a lot about the anticipated traffic flow.

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    Now use Easyelife browser, best of lot. Dozens of browser on Google play store. Tried Puffin , too bloated for me, uses too much data. FURY obsolete except gaming which I don,t need.

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    I only use the DuckDuckGo browser on Android. Trust nothing else.
    Update: A deletion of features that work well and ain't broke but are deemed outdated in order to add things that are up to date and broken.
    Compatibility: A word soon to be deleted from our dictionaries as it is outdated.
    Humans: Entities that are not only outdated but broken... AI-self-learning-update-error...terminate...terminate...

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    Duckduckgo is an internet SEARCH engine, not a web browser.

    I'm sure that your nephew, Nomeat, would not have made a similar mistake.

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    Definition I saw today says search engine is what you use to find something on web site once browser brings it up. I use ddg on my xp pc as supplied in Mypal os, which is maintained and up to date for xp.

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    Duckduckgo have had a browser for a long time

    Samsung Browser is excellent. IMHO probably best all round.

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    Downloaded Samsung browser but not compatible with my Android tablet version 6.

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    I use Brave Browser. It's secured, and it has a built in ad-blocker. You can toggle the ad-block on and off and it will remember you settings the next time you visit the site. It's secured, yet share the same speed and browser extensions as Google Chrome.

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    There's quite a BIG problem that's surfaced since the last few days for older devices!! NOT only for Android, bit iPhone's/tablets too!!!
    We know that all the above devices can not have their O.S. Versions updated beyond a certain Version Number, due to the hardware.
    As a result, the older long-standing "Digital Certificates" have expired now! (See the following link)

    I have a Samsung SmartPhone, but I tried this on my old iPad-Mini, and it's true. 'Google' works, but clicking/touching any Link found, now fails!!.

    I read somewhere else though, that 'FireFox' Browser, (unlike virtually all the others), does NOT rely on those Certificates, and uses their own. (?).
    And so that still works with that Browser!

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