Samsung Internet Bowser Update Brings The Address Bar At The Bottom

Samsung internet browser

Years ago, Microsoft equipped the mobile Edge browser with the option of placing the address bar at the bottom. After Apple recently adopted the feature, the function can now also be found in Samsung’s mobile internet browser.

An update for the Samsung Internet browser was recently made available. With version 16.0.2.19, users can display the URL bar at the bottom. This makes it easier to operate the browser with one hand. With large smartphones, in particular, it is difficult to reach the top edge without using both hands. In the settings, users can specify the position in which the bar should be displayed.

Update with 3 more innovations

In addition to the option to move the address bar to the bottom, the latest update includes three more features. When a web page is requested, the browser now tries to prioritize a secure connection and to establish an encrypted connection. In addition, the anti-tracking feature has been improved so that invisible images are blocked and can no longer be used for tracking. In addition, the suggestions in the URL bar have been optimized.

The web browser should already be preinstalled on most Samsung smartphones. Anyone using a device from another manufacturer can download the app from the Google Play Store download. Samsung Internet brings an integrated ad blocker, a dark mode, and various extensions such as a translator with it. Of course, like most mobile Internet browsers, the software can be downloaded free of charge.

Yasir Zeb

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