Top 7 Browsers Apps For 2017

Top 7 Browsers Apps For 2017

With the evolution in the smartphone technology, the number of mobile internet users has increased dramatically over the years. In order to have the good web experience on your mobile phone, you need to make sure that you have the right browser. The app stores offer plenty of web browsers and choosing the right one could get a little difficult. We have compiled a list of the top 7 browsers you would like to use this year.

  1. Link Bubble

This Android browser is based on Chromium and is developed by Brave Software. The same developers have also released another Chromium-based browser called Brave Browser. Both the browsers are extremely light and introduce some new features. For instance, the Link Bubble browser lets you open the links in a small bubble. This bubble can be accessed from the home screen and from any other app.

  1. Chromer

Chromer isn’t just a browser; it also very effectively doubles as the Chrome Custom Tabs launcher. In order to make sure that you are able to use all the functionality of this browser, you will need to install Google Chrome on your device. This app can force the other apps to open the links in the Chrome Custom Tabs. The app is free but you can buy the premium version for added features.

  1. Dolphin

Dolphin Browser has been extremely successful since its release. It is available on both iOS and Android platforms. Dolphin packs a number of features including Flash compatibility, incognito mode, advertisement blocking and more. There is a support for extensions and add-ons as well. Dolphin browser is feature-rich and easy to use. No wonder why it is so popular.

  1. Firefox

Firefox is totally free and is available for Android and iOS devices. This lightweight browser can do just about anything that you expect. It optimizes the browsing speed, lets you add bookmarks, and offers many privacy options. This browser also supports extensions and add-ons. Firefox also lets you synch history across various devices.

  1. Ghostery

If you love to access internet privately and do not want your information to be shared with the advertising and marketing companies, Gostery is the perfect browser for you. The primary objective of this browser is to maintain the privacy of its users. It can keep the record of the trackers you come across during your browsing session. It also allows you to disable or enable the trackers.

  1. Flynx

Flynx most certainly earns its keep on this list. One of the best features of this app is that it lets you browse in a floating window without having to use the fullscreen mode. When you tap on a link it will open inside a small bubble. The corresponding page will continue to load in the background and you can bring it to forefront whenever you want.

  1. Naked

If you are looking for speed, Naked is the browser you would love to have. It has dropped most of the inessential features that slow down the browsing thereby allowing the websites to load faster. The interface is pretty simple and neat. This is a perfect browser for slow and old devices.