Samsung Internet Browser app now available for all Android phones running 5.0 or higher

Samsung's Internet Browser app, once limited to Samsung Galaxy, Nexus and Pixel handsets, is now available to any phone running on Android 5.0 or higher. This is a stable version of the browser, and is available from the Google Play Store and Galaxy Apps Store. The browser opens to the Google search page by default, although that can be changed on the settings page. You can also change the default search engine from Google to Yahoo, Bing or DuckDuckGo.

Among the features is a Dark Mode that reverses the usual black text on a white background to white text on a black background. This option makes the browser easier to read at night, and reduces strain on the eyes. There also is a high contrast toggle (found under "Accessibility" in the settings menu). 

The Chrome extension available on the app allows you to access from your phone, the bookmarks from your desktop Chrome browser. And the "Sync with Samsung Cloud" option in the settings allows you to sync bookmarks, saved pages and open tabs across your Android flavored phones and tablets.

To install the Samsung Internet Browser app on your compatible handset, click on this link.

source: Samsung

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