Amazon Browser Internet
Checkout Amazon has launched a new Android web browser called Internet. It is fast, lite, and private. The Amazon web browser targets those using low-end phones and those experiencing poor network speed in their location. It’s a lite app just like Google Go, YouTube Go, Facebook lite, Twitter Lite, LinkedIn lite and host of many other similar apps launched to make web surfing faster.
According to Amazon, “internet” is currently the simplest browser to download.
Of course, there are better browsers around such as Chrome, Mozilla, Safari, UC, but they all require more MB to download and they try to elucidate and make browsing the internet more friendly, efficient and clear but with 2MB, you could try and love the new Amazon internet browser!
Meanwhile, this new Amazon browser, which is called Amazon internet is currently available in India but it’s likely to be made available to the other parts of the world soon including Nigeria, United States, England, South Africa and lots more.
Key Features Of Amazon Internet Web Browser
- Internet is extra small. You’ll love how much more space you have on your phone for videos, music, apps, and everything else.
- Browse confidently knowing that the Internet app is private. It doesn’t ask for extra permissions or collect your private data like other browsers.
- Browse the web with private tabs. The websites you visit are not recorded on your phone.
- Stay up to date with news, cricket, and entertainment from top sources right on the home page.
Those in India should download the Amazon web browser HERE. Meanwhile, if you are in another country but interested in getting the app, you need to use a VPN and change your IP/location to India, then you can download.
Although, the Amazon internet is a lite browser that allows you to browse faster. It is only created for areas where there is slow-internet connection. It works just like apps that works at slow-network rural area, examples; YouTube Go, Facebook Lite, Gmail Go.
Amazon Internet browser has been in Google Playstore since March 2018 and that was when it was last updated. Currently have 5 people rating 4-star with 3 Indian users commenting the efficiency of the browser. It runs on Android 5.0 and higher devices with 100+ downloads.