Would you dump your Google Chrome for Samsung browser?

Most smartphone users already have their favorite browser,
be it Firefox Chrome, Opera, UCweb, or any other browser. But, this has not
stopped Samsung from making their own browser available to non-Samsung/Android
Would you dump your Google Chrome for Samsung browser?

Samsung’s Internet app may seem superfluous when a device
already has other browser apps, but then it has some attributes that set it
apart. For one thing, Samsung Internet has extension support, so users can
download a separate content blocker to filter out malicious ads.
There are also some handy features, including a night mode,
which darkens a web page’s interface. Also, the battery life is reportedly
better than Chrome.
Now, Samsung has announced that any user using a device with
at least Android 5.0 Lollipop can download the beta version of Samsung
Internet. Now, the performance of this app would certainly depend on your
Some users who have downloaded Samsung Internet reported
that it worked just fine for them, and there have not been any crashes or
errors while browsing. One user did report that one of his Adblock plugins said
it was not compatible with his device.
However, that is an issue that can likely be fixed by
getting a different plugin. So, one could say that Samsung Internet is a good
browser.Samsung Internet
Furthermore, to streamline setup, Chrome desktop users can
download the Samsung Internet plugin to synchronize their bookmarks and
passwords. However, this means creating a Samsung ID to sync the data. But this
is not a big deal.
Once signed into the account on both the mobile and inside
the Chrome browser, importing bookmarks is as easy as clicking the Import
button inside the extension’s settings. The default home screen and search
engine for Samsung Internet are Google, just like most Android users are used

Currently, all hearsays give the impression to that the
Samsung Internet browser is the real deal. But the question, is: would you drop
your Google Chrome for Samsung browser?
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1 Comment
  1. Esther Adelabu says

    No. Reason is that Chrome to me is natural.

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