Mint Browser by Xiaomi is a new lightweight browser with most of the usual features
You can download the application from the Google Play Store, and as far as we know, there are currently no restrictions on its availability. It appears to run on any smartphone with Android 4.4 or higher. It might not replace your usual browser, but it’s certainly worth giving a try. It doesn’t appear that Xiaomi has any monetization plans for Mint Browser yet, but given that we’ve seen advertisements begin to crop up in MIUI, it might soon be the case that Xiaomi profits in some way from their new browser. That would go against the whole “lightweight” aspect of it, but it could happen.
We’ll be keeping an eye on Mint Browser, especially as it doesn’t appear there is anything more that can be done for it. It’s basic, it works, and the company can’t really add anything more to it without slowly bloating it. This could well be a replacement for the inbuilt web browser included with Xiaomi smartphones.
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