It’s no news that Android is the most widely-used mobile operating system in the world. And that’s why its biggest downfall is also its strongest feature: privacy. Thanks to so many developers and users relying on the OS, developers fight each other pretty heavily to develop the best antivirus and malware protection apps. Apart from generic apps, Android also gets plenty of secure browsers that other OS users wouldn’t have even heard of. If you’re one of those users who’s obsessed with leaving a clean trail of your browsing history, you might want to check this out. Here we give you the 3 most secure browsers available for Android.
With basic fingerprinting technology, HTTPS, and, Tor this one’s a private web browser. It doesn’t track your searches or save your browsing patterns. Every tab runs as a separate process with separate memory storage. A free app on the Play Store, Krypton is an open source browser with a primary focus on user privacy.
Another free app on the Google Play Store. CM Browser comes with a preload mechanism that saves you a lot of your loading time. In addition, the browser also checks downloaded apk files for malware and prevents you from browsing any fraudulent websites.With speed dial, gestures, and multiple tabs control, CM Browser is one of the agilest tools out there.
Yet another incognito browser, this speedy and sleek tool uses low power and takes only a minimal amount of memory. It doesn’t track or save your searches, files, cookies, or passwords. With accelerated hardware and user agent cloaking, this is one of the best private browsers on Android.