Download It : Samsung Browser
Samsung today announced that all users of Android-based devices can now download and install the company’s proprietary Internet browser on their smartphones.
Samsung has made many smartphone apps available to the public through its Google Play Store over the course of recent months. Although most of these apps are currently only available on devices manufactured by the company, the company recently decided to release its Android-based OS to its public domain.
So, if you are not currently a member of Samsung’s device, but you’re interested in an Internet browser for smartphones such as the Galaxy S8 and Note 5, you can install the program through this link on your device. Samsung has already had its own dedicated browser for users of the Google Nexus and Pixel phones, but from now on, all devices running Android 5.0 or later can also use it.
Samsung has announced that the company’s Chrome browser plug-in will be able to sync all user-tagged addresses with this Android browser. In this way, users can quickly open a web address simultaneously on their smartphones and their desktop system. The Samsung plug-in also can synchronize saved pages and even tabs open on both systems. Samsung has announced that this synchronization will take place through the Samsung Cloud service and users will need to activate it through the Settings menu for use.
The Samsung Internet browser also supports blocking apps for ads and other themes. Users can install these applications to prevent such data from being displayed on their phones. Samsung’s proprietary browser, like browsers such as Chrome, Opera and Firefox, has been downloaded more than 100 million times by users.