Samsung, the South Korean tech giant, has opened its doors for all Android users with an opportunity to use the company’s own browser – Samsung Internet Browser. The latest update enables all Android users running on Android 5.0 Lollipop and above to enjoy surfing with Samsung Browser. The beta version of the browser was released in August this year but now the stable one has been rolled out for all.

Not to mention that Samsung smartphones come with pre-installed Samsung Internet Browser. However, the latest version 7.0 is now available on Google Play Store and Galaxy App Store to download on any Android smartphone.

When you install the app for the first time, Google’s home page will open by default with Google set as the default search engine. However, you can change these settings in the settings menu and choose one of the search engines from Google, Yahoo, Bing or DuckDuckGo.



The latest version of Samsung Browser comes with a ‘dark mode’ that displays white text on a black background, making it easier to use the browser in the night with no stress on eyes. There is also a high contrast mode if you like that.

The Samsung Internet Browser also comes with a Chrome extension that allows you to access the bookmarks from your desktop Chrome browser while syncing them to Samsung cloud.

It also allows you to sync open tabs between the Samsung browsers installed across different devices. There comes another useful utility of ad-block extension that saves you from unwanted and annoying ads while surfing.

You can download the Samsung Browser now from Google Play Store.