"Blocked by SSL Error: Certificate not from a trusted authority"
I get this on every webpage when using NBP ... Does not occur in any other browser on my phone.
OnePlus 7 Pro ... not sure what other settings to provide. Running Android 10, not upgrading until 11 is "stable"You've provided no detail about your device to put the possible issue in context but in general: No such issues for me on multiple devices running Android 8 and 10 through home WiFi or mobile data accessing many common news and other sites daily. Could be explained by some different setting in the app although I don't know what that could be, or by a firewall or script blocker on the device or network.
OK so it's not merely the Android version. I could not say what the issue is but FWIW, the developer does not follow XDA anymore (explained somewhere deep in the thread) but if you can make a good bug report with log and details from a clean test you might be able to send it diretly to the developer through the email address at the Playstore page.OnePlus 7 Pro ... not sure what other settings to provide. Running Android 10, not upgrading until 11 is "stable"
On Messages, when you post a reply, and hit the 'Reply' button, it doesnt refresh the page so you can see the message you wrote.
Doesnt happen always...
android 4.1.2 , CM 10 nightly(released on 3/3/13)
actually i have installed nakedbrowser.apk from your site, can you please confirm if its the latest one.
Too much ugly.. adjust the ui and its good
 Its probably too complex to implement onto existing code, but it would be interesting to have themes.
1. People could trade some performance for nice look while still keeping features (and lets face it: performance hit would be negleable on newer devices). For others who want pure speed, they just don't apply themes and keep naked style.
2. App would gain a lot of users (there are many people that seem to love its features, but don't use it due to its UI)
3. Developer of app could dedicate its time to features and bugfixes like now, since 3rd party developers would take care of UI part.
Haha, I actually love the design after seeing it all day for some time!
is it possible, that the webpage could render _under_ the URL-bar at first call? Or maybe an autohide for the URL-bar, because everytime you have to click on a webpage first to hide the URL so that you can read the content.