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Which browser for android do you use?

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Which browser for android do you use?

Currently using duckduckgo because I don't want to be tracked but something feels ominous about it. I see a couple of browser that has ratings of 4.6 like uc browser and cm browser but they're made by developers in china so I'm not sure if I can trust them. Any recommendations?
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I'm using Firefox Focus
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Firefox with uBlock Origin, and synced with Firefox on my desktop.

Oh and one thing,
vivibaby wrote: Currently using duckduckgo because I don't want to be tracked but something feels ominous about it. I see a couple of browser that has ratings of 4.6 like uc browser and cm browser but they're made by developers in china so I'm not sure if I can trust them. Any recommendations?
That is a search engine, not a browser.
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Naked Broswer Pro 1.0 build 86 $7.99 on Google Play
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Small size and Android OS 2.1 to run.
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Chrome... I use Google for everything already meh..
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vivibaby wrote: Currently using duckduckgo because I don't want to be tracked but something feels ominous about it. I see a couple of browser that has ratings of 4.6 like uc browser and cm browser but they're made by developers in china so I'm not sure if I can trust them. Any recommendations?
Brave browser for mobile.

Chome and Firefox for desktop.

I'm hoping to eventually migrate everything to Brave.
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What's so good about brave? It seems to get much lower scores in terms of reviews.
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Samsung Internet with ad blocker
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stormy13 wrote: Firefox with uBlock Origin, and synced with Firefox on my desktop.

Oh and one thing,

That is a search engine, not a browser.
its also a browser.

if you could find it, i have pyrope because i like the swipe for forward and backwards (a la iOS and without root)
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Firefox focus.
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i'll try that firefox focus on the h96 pro + tv box
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vivibaby wrote: Currently using duckduckgo because I don't want to be tracked but something feels ominous about it.
DuckDuckGo is a search engine. Not a browser.

Here is nothing ominous about it. It’s just not google.
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vivibaby wrote: What's so good about brave? It seems to get much lower scores in terms of reviews.
It is light and fast.

It is basically Chrome with built in ad blocker.
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Gee wrote: All browsers have built in ad blockers

On Android, it is easier to just stick with Chrome
Ya maybe. I have both on my phone and always go back to Brave. Just preference I guess.

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