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Samsung Internet 14 runs stably with improved foldable support and privacy improvements

 

Samsung Internet 14 runs stably with improved foldable support and privacy improvements

Samsung Internet has come a long way since its release in 2012, with frequent updates adding new features and making it a true competitor for the likes of Chrome. Earlier this month, Samsung released a new beta version of the browser that improves translation and multitasking. Version 14 came out stable last week, bringing these changes to everyone.

For a while, Samsung Internet supported opening two tabs side-by-side in a split screen, but now they can also be added as app pairs. When the app is in split screen mode, clicking on the divider now displays an “add pair” button. If you have room on the app edges bar, a pair will be added.

Flexible mode was a hallmark of last year’s foldable Galaxy devices, and Samsung Internet now supports it. When you watch a video, you can fold the device in half and move the video controls downward while it continues to play at the top. Hopefully this is an indication that more applications and services will become Flex mode compatible in the future.

Other minor improvements include:

  • “Improved Intelligent Tracking Protection” that automatically clears cookies at regular intervals.
  • New privacy dashboard showing how many pop-ups and cookies have been blocked.
  • System font applied to web pages
  • Galaxy Tab S7: Handwriting Recognition in Text Fields and Address Bar
  • Reading view improvements
  • The browser translation extension now supports 18 languages

Samsung Internet 14 is already available in the Galaxy Store, Play Store and APK mirror

 

 

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