Lucid Browser Donate and Lucid Browser Free was just updated to official.
Below are some changes:
★New Google logo on homepage (about:home)
★Actionbar item color bug fix
★General changes & bug fixes
Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...5.lucidbrowser
Play Store (Donate Version): https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ucidbrowserpro
Amazon App Store: www.amazon.com/powerpoint45-Lucid-Browser/dp/B00P5YHUE0/
GitHub APK: https://github.com/powerpoint45/Luci...cidBrowser.apk (9/5/15)
So this is basically nothing more than a shell for the Android System Webview (actually Chrome itself in Android N+)? I have a hard time believing this could bring many real-world performance improvements over Chrome, which itself is already a rather light-weight shell. The vast majority of the memory usage is coming from the Webview. Have you done any actual performance measurements? Aside from syncing, what other features does this lack that could give any noticeable improvement?
The most important feature in any browser (aside from it being open source) is the ability to install standard extensions like uBlock, so I'll definitely be sticking with Firefox for now.
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