Puffin Lite is a brand new iPhone browser based on Apple's iOS webkit

Puffin Lite is a brand new iPhone browser based on Apple's iOS webkit
Puffin Web Browser is a very old browser that made its debut on the iOS platform many years ago, but as the need for better optimized, lighter apps arises, developers are bringing new apps to meet customers demands.

One such developer is CloudMosa, which has just announced it has released a lighter version of the old Puffin Web Browser. Simply dubber Puffin Lite, the new iOS browser is already available for download via App Store.

It's worth mentioning that Puffin Lite is based on Apple’s iOS WebKit and promises to combine fast speeds with a sleek new look and updated features.


Apparently, some of the most important things that users take into consideration before they start using a mobile browser on a daily basis are fast loading speeds and a simple user inter

Aside from these two traits, Puffin Lite proud itself for allowing users to keep their browsing organized via workspaces that enable them to intuitively sort their saved websites and projects. Also, the iOS browser features passcode protection for secure browsing.

It's also completely customizable and allows users to personalize the browser with wallpapers from the stock photos or camera roll. Last but not least, Puffin Lite takes advantage of the iPhone's entire screen by filling, thus avoiding wasted space.

source: App Store

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6 Comments

1. sirohunter

Posts: 204; Member since: Sep 23, 2017

Just downloaded it, but it doesn’t use all the iPhone X screen...

3. Bjorn

Posts: 25; Member since: Jul 12, 2016

Just downloaded it, but it’s not completely compatible with iPhone X on my Samsung Galaxy s3 active

4. nh1402

Posts: 138; Member since: Oct 30, 2013

Don't all browsers have to use webkit in iOS?

5. audibot

Posts: 649; Member since: Jan 26, 2017

i remember puffin browser from my evo back in the day

6. audibot

Posts: 649; Member since: Jan 26, 2017

nothing has been better then my samsung browser cm is ok but still samsungs wish i could get it on my pc

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