Samsung has released a beta version of its proprietary Samsung Internet browser. The application has received new features designed to make life easier for users and provide additional information protection through enhanced privacy options.
The new beta version of Samsung Internet Browser 126.96.36.199 gave users the ability to move the URL address bar from top to bottom. Since many Samsung smartphones are equipped with large diagonal displays, many users find it uncomfortable to reach the top of the screen to get to the address bar. With this option, users will be able to position the address bar at the very bottom, where it will be much easier to get to it.
In addition, added support for group tabs as in the Google Chrome browser. This allows users who often have many pages open to sort them into groups for easy access.
The third innovation is an experimental feature for connecting with priority over the secure HTTPS protocol. This is another measure from Samsung to improve privacy controls in its web browser.
All of these features are currently only available to users who are beta testing the program to identify bugs. It may take several weeks for a company to release a stable version of the browser to all users.