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Samsung Internet Browser Brings Protected Browsing to Block Harmful Sites

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Samsung Internet Browser Brings Protected Browsing to block harmful sites

Samsung Internet Browser Beta has been updated to new version 7.2. This new update brings protected browsing to keep users safe. Samsung has explained in a recent announcement that Protected Browsing warns users if they’re about to visit a website that may feature malware or phishing scams. The feature is similar to the protection features of Google Chrome

Samsung Internet Browser Brings Protected Browsing to block harmful sites

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The new Internet Browser from Samsung features protected browsing and various interface improvements. The interface improvement includes “Add to home screen” icon for web apps, and a reader mode for news articles. Furthermore, tab switching has been optimized. Moreover, it is now more efficient on low-end devices with 1 GB of RAM or less.

The latest update uses an upgraded engine – Chromium M59. There are content blocker improvements also. Like, users can now install content blockers within the browser itself. However, that ability is only available to Samsung tablets and smartphones because it depends on the Samsung Galaxy Apps store for its quick-install feature.

Currently, these features are available for beta users of Samsung Internet Browser. Soon, it will be available for all. More interesting thing about this browser is that, you don’t need to have a Samsung smartphone. People can use this browser on any android phone. All the Android phones running Android 5.0 or later can use this browser.

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