Like many smartphone manufacturers, Samsung has also developed its own browser for its smartphones and tablets: Samsung Internet, this is the name of the app, already offers many features, but with the latest beta update comes a novelty that will really make software users so happy.
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Samsung Internet Browser Beta
The beta version 19 update of the Samsung Internet Browser includes some intriguing news about the anti-tracking system, Secret Mode, and sync with Google Chrome. Let’s learn more about the changes and how to get the latest version in detail.
Here: what’s new in the update
With Samsung Internet 19.0 beta, the Korean manufacturer has in fact introduced the ability to synchronize mobile browser bookmarks with desktop Chrome: to do this, just download an extension on Chrome, called Samsung Internet, which will take care of syncing bookmarks after logging in with your Samsung account.
This long-demand feature will definitely simplify the lives of Samsung Internet users: before the introduction of this feature, it was in fact particularly annoying to “transfer” bookmarks saved on PC on mobile and vice versa.
However, this beta version of the browser also brings another interesting novelty: we are talking about the possibility of using your own extensions and add-ons even when Secret Mode is active. Previously, it was necessary to choose whether to use extensions or whether to activate the mode in question, which serves to increase the safety of users while surfing the net.
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Of course, new privacy and security features have to be included: The Privacy Info section is a new feature in Samsung Internet 19.0 beta and may be accessed by clicking the padlock icon on the address bar. The cookies, trackers, and permissions that the website may use are all displayed in this area.
Finally, keep in mind that because version 19 of Samsung Internet is still in beta, there may still be some issues and, as a result, there may be more or less major bugs when using it. In any case, Samsung should issue the stable upgrade of its browser for all users within a few months at most.
Version 19 is currently only available in beta, and it will take a few weeks before we see the above news on Samsung Internet Browser’s stable channel. The South Korean house expects a generic Q4 2022, but it usually takes about a month (or so): we could see an update as early as the end of September or the beginning of October.
How to download Samsung Internet Browser Beta 19
Samsung Internet Browser Beta 19 is already available for download on the Google Play Store and Galaxy Store. You can download the update by searching the “Manage App and Device” menu of the Big G virtual store (or by more simply following the badge below), or in the “Menu > Updates” section of Samsung’s.