Category: Mobile Browsers

Google Chrome For Android & IOS Updated

By | May 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Google Chrome For Android & IOS UpdatedHere comes two updates for all you guys out there for both Android (Build 36.0.1985.36) and iOS (Build 35.0.1916.38).

Besides expected bug fixes and various performance / stability improvements, here’s what else is new:

Chrome 36 Beta for Android Changelog:
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Surfy Browser For Windows Phone Updated

By | May 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Surfy Browser 4.3Version 4.3

Good news for all you alternative Windows Phone browser users out there as the guys behind Surfy has just released an update.

Bringing it to version 4.3, the following build introduces a Launch Pad, allowing you to quickly open pinned web pages. There is also a separate HTML5 Game section pinned in the launch pad, with web based games that can be played offline.
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April, 2014 Mobile Market Share: Google Chrome, Opera Mini – Up; Safari, Android Browser, Internet Explorer – Down

By | May 11, 2014 | 1 Comment


It’s the middle of May as we dig into the previous month’s mobile market share data.

Kicking things off with Safari, Apple’s web browser has seen a decrease of 2.14 points, from 53.91% to 51.77%.
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Opera For Android Updated

By | April 23, 2014 | 1 Comment

Opera For Android UpdatedFixes annoying password manager book.

Finally, a new version for all you Opera users out there. With the recently released browser build for Android, guys at Opera have included a couple of new features as well as welcomed password manager fix, which will no longer fail to suggest saved passwords for many sites.

As far as other changes go, Discover feature has been totally revamped, Chromium has been updated to v34, there are (as usual) a bunch of stability and usability improvements as well as screen rendering improvements and page loading spinner behavior. Last, a copy link context menu option has been added, which is a small but welcome feature.
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Surfy For Windows Phone Updated

By | April 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Surfy For Windows Phone UpdatedMicrosoft grants Outcoder restricted capabilities in order to allow SD card support.

Recently, a new version of popular web browser for Windows Phone has been released, bringing a couple of new features as well as expected bug fixes and various enhancements.

So what else is new? Well, according to the changelog, Surfy 3.9 now allows you to export downloaded files to your SD Card and phone’s Media Library. Also, you can expect some sort of improvements to password and form cache (whatever that means).
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March, 2014 Mobile Market Share: Safari, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer – Up; Android Browser, Opera Mini – Down

By | April 10, 2014 | 0 Comments


Another month, another report.

Starting with Safari, Apple’s web browser seen an increase of 0.39 point, up from 53.52% to 53.91%.
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Microsoft Lists IE11 Developer Improvements

By | April 3, 2014 | 1 Comment

Microsoft Lists IE11 Developer Improvements

During yesterday’s BUILD conference, the software giant has listed a bunch of Internet Explorer 11 improvements that should ease off some of the developer headaches and/or improve the overall user experience.
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Maxthon For Windows Phone Updated

By | April 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

Maxthon For Windows Phone UpdatedBuild 1.3.0.1000.

Recently, a new version of Maxthon web browser has been released for your enjoyment, which includes a handful of new features, that are yet to come to Microsoft’s own Internet Explorer.

Here’s what you can epxect:
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Windows Phone 8.1: Internet Explorer 11 (Video)

By | April 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

With today’s Windows Phone 8.1 announcement, guys at WPCentral did a quick hands on video of IE11, which includes features like InPrivate browsing, reader view and password manager (finally).

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Crazy Rumors: Internet Explorer Might Come To Android

By | March 28, 2014 | 3 Comments

Crazy Rumors: Internet Explorer Might Come To AndroidCan it be true?

With the recent reveal of Office or iPad and Android, it looks like there is a new (and absolutely crazy) rumor in town (which comes from unverified source via Twitter): Microsoft is porting Internet Explorer for Android.

While at first glance it does not seem realistic, one might wonder if the software giant has decided to spread even more of their services across different platforms rather than making them MS exclusive, which was the case with Xbox Live Games (some of them are now on iOS and Android), Office, etc.
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