top 5 world smallest browser ?

Posted by Mrityunjay Singh
October 24, 2017

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1 – VGM Lite – VGM Lite such as a world smallest and smart bowser of  the whole world . VGM Lite is founded bye Mrityunjay singh who lived in varanasi up . Mrityunjay singh is also 20 year old ethical hacker and cyber security expert . VGM lite founded in 2017 septmber bye Mrityunjay singh .

 

2 – Brave Browser – Brave Browser is one of the newer Android browsers. It came out in 2016 and has a variety of features. There is an ad blocker built-in. Additionally, it can block third party cookies, block scripts, and it has HTTPS everywhere. Included is per-site settings just in case you need that. It also boasts optimizations for speed and battery life improvements. It also has most of the basic features like bookmarks, history, and a privacy (incognito) mood.

 

3 – Chromer – Chromer is one of the more unique Android browsers out there. It actually doesn’t function quite like a browser, but more as a launcher for Chrome Custom Tabs. It hijacks web links and then opens them in a standalone Chrome Custom Tab for quick and easy browsing. You’ll need to have Google Chrome installed for full functionality. However, other than that, it’s a great, light browser for basic use. It’s a free download and you can pay for the pro version if you’d like.

 

4 – Dolphine Browser – Dolphin Browser has seen a lot of success on Androidy. It has a decent set of features as well. That includes theming, flash support, ad-block, incognito mode, and some tertiary features like gesture controls. There is also add-on and extension support if you need that. A lot of people swear by Dolphin Browser. It covers most of the bases and that’s more than enough to rank it among the best. It’s definitely one of the best Android browsers.

 

5 – Flynx – Flynx by InfiKen Labs has come a long way since its inception. This unique browser works in a floating window as opposed to a full screen mode. This allows for quick web browsing. It also doesn’t force you to leave the app you’re currently using. When you click links, they open a little bubble on the side of the screen and the page will load in the background until you decide to click the bubble to read it yourself. It also comes with a few other features, such as night mode. It’s something different in the Android browsers space.

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