We all know very well that the tech giant Google’s well-known web browser, of course, Chrome is one of the most used and highest quality browsers available in the market. This does not mean that there are no other options to be taken into account in the market. Yes, according to the latest reports, the South Korean giant, of course, Samsung just launched a new web browser for all Android users.
Samsung Just Launched A New Web Browser For Android
We know that the tech giant Google’s well-known web browser, of course, Chrome is one of the most used and highest quality browsers available in the market. This does not mean that there are no other options to be taken into account in the market.
If you’re tired of Chrome or need a secondary browser for a task, today we leave you with the Samsung browser. Yes, it is the new beta of the Samsung browser, which comes with important news for all Android users.
Not only Samsung phones can run this browser, but all devices with Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher. It does not weigh too much and although it is a beta its functioning is very good.
Samsung’s web browser has not always been an example of speed and functions, but things change little by little. When the new features of this beta are included in the stable version, users can leave Chrome aside without losing so many functions. Samsung’s browser is simpler, so it weighs less and can run better on some devices with low RAM and storage.
Android Pie for the Samsung Galaxy S9 is in testing and, as usual, comes with a reissue of the Samsung interface: Samsung Experience. The tenth version of Samsung Experience comes with a more rounded updated design, which you can already see running on Samsung Internet 9.0.
Now the APK of Samsung Internet Browser 9.0 of Android Pie has been filtered and interestingly you can install it on any Android phone with Lollipop or higher as we told earlier, but not on Samsung phones.
Samsung Internet Browser 9.0
If you can not wait any longer, you can download the Samsung Internet Browser 9.0 APK from here, although you are warned that it is currently not available for Samsung phones. If this is your case, be patient, sooner or later the update should be extended through Google Play or Samsung Galaxy Apps.
As for the news, what is most obvious is the change in design. The menu goes from being in the upper part of the window, next to the address bar, to the bottom of the window. It is also shown as a block and not as an elongated menu, leaving the options of common use much more at hand than in the past.
The design itself is more stylized, including the rounded styles already present in Samsung Internet Browser 8.2 Beta, but with the new design of Samsung Experience 10.0. It could be said that it is something like the Google Material Theme, but from Samsung, with a different typeface and less use of capitals for headers.
Samsung Internet Browser 9.0 serves as an appetizer to see what Samsung is preparing us to update Android Pie of their devices. It is foreseeable that most or all pre-installed Samsung applications go through the beauty salon to update its appearance.
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