Light Browser Brings Baren Web Browsing
There are quite a few alternative browsers and related tools for Android. In fact, we’ve brought you news on a number of them in the past. And since having additional options is never a bad thing, we’re happy to present another alternative to add to the list of choices.
Light Browser brings a new perspective to web browsing. As opposed to being feature rich, Light Browser focuses only on one thing: web browsing. The design isn’t what most would call minimalist, but it does have far fewer features than browsers like FireFox, Opera, Dolphin, and Chrome.
Posted to the forums by XDA Forum Member remember0610, it is an ad-supported application in the Google Play Store. Despite the ads, users are reporting that web browsing on this browser is quite fast.
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