The description of Kiwi Browser App
Kiwi Browser is made to browse the internet, read news, watch videos and listen to music, without annoyances.
Browse in peace.
Kiwi is based on Chromium and WebKit, the engine that powers the most popular browser in the world so you won’t lose your habits.
We hope you’ll love Kiwi as much as we do.
Note for power users and supporters: We have a Discord (chat) community where you can discuss development and share ideas
★ Based on the very best Chromium
★ Incredible page load speed ?
Thanks to our very optimised rendering engine, we are able to display web pages super fast.
★ Powerful ad block that removes most of intrusive ads ?
(you can enable it in Settings, Ads or use any extension of your choice)
★ Super strong pop-ups blocker that really works
★ Cryptojacking protection
The first Android browser that blocks hackers from using your device to mine crypto-currency
★ Unlock Facebook Web Messenger
Go to facebook and chat with your friends without having to install FB application.
★ Night mode with customizable contrast and grayscale mode.
100% contrast = pure AMOLED black (actually turns off pixels) – recommended!
101% contrast = pure AMOLED black + white text
★ Bottom address bar
★ Manage websites that appear on the homepage
Long-press to move or delete the tiles, click the [+] to add a new website.
★ Disable AMP (Settings, Privacy)
★ Block annoying notifications
★ Block slow and invasive trackers to protect your privacy.
★ Translation into 60 languages.
★ Import / Export bookmarks.
★ Custom Downloads folder
Choose where your downloaded files are stored.
Note: On certain Android versions, when you uninstall an app, Android also removes your downloads.
Keep it in mind if you manipulate Kiwi (to backup bookmarks file) or transfer to another device.
★ Supports many extensions
If you want to open links with an external application, you can long-press on the link, or change the default setting in Settings, Accessibility.
To add a new search engine, go to your favorite search engine, and do a couple of searches, and then go to Settings, Search Engine.
Kiwi Browser is very new, and still in test. Please help us by sending a little e-mail if you see crashes, bugs or just want to say Hi ?