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TriviaMonster

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I have used Samsung browser in the past for my Samsung phones. This is my first 1+ and I am hoping to get a better experience with less adds and equal or better speed. Any suggestions? No root please (if that's a thing for browsers).
 

Mike_77

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I just changed from Kiwi to Brave. Seems to be everything I need and unlike Kiwi, it hasn't frozen up on me.

Also, the OP7 Pro is awesome!
 
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Just tried this set up, as i didn't root my device :

Chrome + Blokada (2/3 good lists + cloudflare dns) = fastest browsing exprerience i ever seen on a phone

Way faster than Chrome + AdAway on my rooted OP6

(I don't use kiwi or Brave because of lack of good sync with laptop)
 
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filipgpl

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I use brave but it misses video saving option. (Saving youtube video to mp4). Is it possible on android? I have that addon on firefox on windows
 
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Just tried this set up, as i didn't root my device :

Chrome + Blokada (2/3 good lists + cloudflare dns) = fastest browsing exprerience i ever seen on a phone

Way faster than Chrome + AdAway on my rooted OP6

(I don't use kiwi or Brave because of lack of good sync with laptop)
What lists do you have checked?
 

titom44dj

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Kiwi for the night mode and Adblock, extension / bugs with some websites

Samsung browser for the night mode, Adblock. Sync and fast.

Firefox for external video player (open with vlc)… extension : dark mode, adblock

Brave didn't have the dark mode...

Chrome for experiments and Google sync...
Waiting for dark mode and extension compatibility
 

rav101

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I use Brave with custom chrome flags and it's working great for me.

With the built in adblock and HTTPS upgrade by default it's a fairly security focused browser and it's also quick. I have adblock with Stephen Black hosts, Cloudflare DNS on top.

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darkjedi

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Here's what I've noticed from testing various browsers.

Samsung Internet: 60 Hz, full night mode, even on pages.

Chrome: 90 Hz, sort of dark mode, as page dark mode just inverts the colors.

Firefox: 60 Hz, couldn't find a dark mode.

Firefox Focus: 90Hz, couldn't find a dark mode.

Edge: 60 Hz, partial dark mode.

Kiwi browser: Froze on start up and crashed.

DuckDuckGo: 60 Hz, no dark mode.

If Samsung Internet could support 90 Hz, it'd be perfect!

Sent from my GM1917 using Tapatalk
 
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eduardmc

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Here's what I've noticed from testing various browsers.

Samsung Internet: 60 Hz, full night mode, even on pages.

Chrome: 90 Hz, sort of dark mode, as page dark mode just inverts the colors.

Firefox: 60 Hz, couldn't find a dark mode.

Firefox Focus: 90Hz, couldn't find a dark mode.

Edge: 60 Hz, partial dark mode.

Kiwi browser: Froze on start up and crashed.

DuckDuckGo: 60 Hz, no dark mode.

If Samsung Internet could support 90 Hz, it'd be perfect!

Sent from my GM1917 using Tapatalk

I was about to post this

After testing so many browser. Most of then run like crap in 60hz. Poor scrolling while chrome runs in full 90hz. Right now im using chrome and adguard combo. No ads and super fast
 

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    Kiwi browser is pretty good, but it's a bit slow once you enable global dark mode and have multiple tabs open.
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    I just changed from Kiwi to Brave. Seems to be everything I need and unlike Kiwi, it hasn't frozen up on me.

    Also, the OP7 Pro is awesome!
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    Chrome for all my stuff...
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    Here's what I've noticed from testing various browsers.

    Samsung Internet: 60 Hz, full night mode, even on pages.

    Chrome: 90 Hz, sort of dark mode, as page dark mode just inverts the colors.

    Firefox: 60 Hz, couldn't find a dark mode.

    Firefox Focus: 90Hz, couldn't find a dark mode.

    Edge: 60 Hz, partial dark mode.

    Kiwi browser: Froze on start up and crashed.

    DuckDuckGo: 60 Hz, no dark mode.

    If Samsung Internet could support 90 Hz, it'd be perfect!

    Sent from my GM1917 using Tapatalk
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    Latest Kiwi update is a major improvement and is now buttttery smooth (like Chrome) :good:
    Kiwi browser is only 49 Hz with the latest update.

    Sent from my GM1917 using Tapatalk