The user of the XDA-Developers portal under the nickname arnaud42 released his browser for Android called Kiwi. Its feature is its speed, simplicity (interface) and functionality. This web browser is based on Chromium and the WebKit engine.
Since Kiwi is based on Chromium 69 (at the time of writing the news), the browser supports all modern functions, some of which have not even appeared in Chrome from Google. The developer notes the high performance of the web browser and, judging by the numerous reviews, the application’s performance is really fast – this is noticeable from the first seconds of surfing.
- Dark theme;
- Parallel downloading of files;
- Ad blocker;
- The blocking of mining on sites;
- Pop-up blocker;
- Background video playback;
- AMP mode deactivation for selected sites;
- Optimization for tablets.
Judging by Google Play, the browser is constantly updated, bringing new features from the new Chromium assemblies. In the future, arnaud42 plans to implement the Google Data Saver analog, which allows you to save traffic.
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