Jimmy McGee · Dec 6, 2012 at 01:00 pm

App Review: Simple Web Browsing with Naked Browser – XDA Developer TV

Sometimes you just want the simplest web browsing experience. Sometimes you don’t need any fancy add-ons; you just want a program that will load requested web pages without fancy trinkets like gesture controls. Sometimes you don’t want your browser sending your every move to advertisers. Sometimes you want an app that sounds slightly dirty, even though it isn’t.

XDA Forum Member aminaked  offers up a simple web browser app to help you just surf the web. In this video XDA Developer TV Producer TK reviews Naked Browser. TK shows off the application, talks about its functionality, and gives his thoughts. Be sure to check out this app review.

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