Top Six Fast and Latest Mobile Browsers for Android

Top Six New and Fast Mobile Browsers for Android

When it comes to mobile browsers for Android we all know that the default is Chrome and

that’s what most of us use, but there is a lot of different kind of browsers with some very cool features that we could try at times.

1)Opera Touch:

There’s a new mobile browser from opera which was released quite recently and as the name indicates, it’s for touch use and primarily for single-handed use. It has a shiny new interface. The browser strictly means business. As soon as we open the app the cursor is always on the address bar with options for voice search and image search at an easily accessible location.

Opera touch introduced a fresh new look by putting it at the bottom of the screen where our fingers can quickly find it as we scroll down a button for opening a new tab at the bottom.

The highlight of the app though is a feature called flow, it’s a feature which lets you transfer your open websites from the Opera browser onto your desktop to your Android by scanning a QR code.

The browser also supports ad blocker and crypto mining blocker all in all certainly a new kid on the block that’s worth trying if you are concerned about your privacy while browsing the Internet.

2)Firefox Focus:

The new mobile browser from Firefox which is called Firefox focus. It is going to be our new best friend because as the name indicates Focus means that it wants us to browse only on a single tab that’s right. We can browse one left side at a time and it blocks all the scripts even the analytic scripts for that matter. It’s hell-bent on making our browsing session absolutely private.


Next up is Flynx which we can call a floating mobile browser it helps us to load articles and links in the background and puts a floating icon on top of the home screen. for example let’s say you are reading your Twitter feed and you wish to open an article, simply click on it and the browser will open a floating tab to load the page while you are still on Twitter scrolling through. Once the page loads you can read the article and you still don’t need to close the Twitter app.

There’s a quick read mode that gets rid of ads and loads, only the relevant content saving you time and data so all in all Flynx makes multitasking effortless by allowing you to open all kinds of links while not having to quit the current app.

4)Aloha Browser:

Aloha mobile browser, quite a unique name, and some unique features as well. Now, this browser comes with a built-in VPN which means you can just set a VPN after opening it and browse through the content. It also has a download manager, which lets you easily download files from the Internet and view them in the browser.

There’s also an ad blocker, but finally and most importantly this browser has a built-in media player that’s right! you can watch those VR videos for which you had to use the Google Cardboard app. Well, not anymore you can do this right inside this browser.

5)Cake Web Browser:

There is another one in the fray, that’s called the cake web mobile browser this is another interesting browser which is really handy when you are searching for something on the web for instance when you go to Google and you search for something, you see all those results on the first page right. Now the cake web browser automatically loads the first five to six results and just lets you swipe through the results like you’re reading a magazine. Isn’t cool?

What’s more is..  you can set your own search engine to customize the image and video search and some other neat features. All you need to do is toggle the sources off. And to do so tap on the three-dot menu at the top right corner and hit the first option, all in all, a pretty cool browser. Especially if you search a lot you can use this browser specifically for that purpose.

6)Via Browser: Fast and light:

This is actually the least in terms of memory size that’s why it’s called via mobile browser and it waves just less than an MB and it’s a pretty feature-rich browser. It has a lot of customization options a brittle translation, desktop mode all this under one MB and that is the USP of this browser. So if you hate the browser occupying a lot of memory then go with via, it’s awesome.

After reading the above, do you still want to use Chrome or wanna try something new and faster? Let us know in the comments about your experience in terms of different browsers in the play store.

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