New Android App: Habit Browser is Coming to Change Your Internet Experience for the Better

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  • 21 Mar 2013
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  • The choice of solid internet browsers for the Google OS is vast on the Play Store and most users choose to use more than one option for their web pleasure. The offers in this regard seem to keep coming and now we get a chance to test one option that seems very well built and with not so common features.


    Habit Browser is made by developer mura.k and a short time after its initial release and already it has gathered very solid reviews on the Store. It is lightweight and fast , removing all the options that any user that just wants to browse the web wouldn’t normally need. The browser is based on gesture recognition and set to take the standard Android Webkit Labs function to a more comfortable level.

    Taping and holding in the center of the screen reveals a quick-navigation menu that can perform the most various operations. There is a mouse cursor that you can use for on-screen selections and the ability to have multiple pages open at the same time. The browser’s responsiveness is very good, managing to prove a pleasing experience even on the most heavy pages. It is also clean looking a shows a lot of promise, as the developer is already planing new features for it.


    Habit Browser is available absolutely free on the Play Store.

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