Do you want to make sure your online activities are kept private and leave no trace inside your mobile device? If you are after a secure browser, Android is a very good platform to be on. As the world's most popular operating system, it does have the biggest malware problem in mobile, but that only urges enterprising developers to compete with protection software. Antivirus apps, malware cleaners, data backup, encryption - they are in abundance in the Google Play store.
As for secure browsers, there's many of them too. Too many, in fact, so consider the five choices we've lined up a starting point for getting into the field. Their features include always-on incognito mode and data clearing capabilities, topped off with stuff like Tor protocol support, multi-threading, fraud protection, Do Not Track support, user agent cloaking, and everything else short of a nuclear launch button.
5 secure browsers for Android