Samsung Internet is a mobile web browser that comes pre-installed on Samsung Galaxy devices. Now, the Korean giant is rolling out Beta version 14.0 for the default browser. If you are any of the Galaxy smartphone users, you can access the pre-release version of Samsung Internet via Galaxy Store/Google Play Store.
Samsung Internet beta 14.0 update will improve privacy and security settings, introduces new customization options, and enhance multitasking. Moreover, you can see the video UI in a different light on Galaxy foldable devices. Furthermore, the Galaxy Tab S7 lineup is gifted with several extra features with the Samsung Internet 14.0.
Samsung Internet Browser 14.0 changelog
- Samsung Internet 14.0 is based on Chromium 87
- App Pair can launch two or three Samsung Internet windows in split-screen at once
- Enables handwriting recognition in text boxes and the URL bar for Galaxy Tab S7 users.
- If you own Samsung Galaxy Fold or Flip smartphones, you no longer have to access the Video Assistant to enable Flex Mode. Instead, the feature will be enabled automatically when playing full-screen videos on Samsung Internet 14.0.
- Multitasking has been improved with Samsung Internet 14.0
- Brings new customization options: enable users to apply a favourite font while browsing, The Labs section inside Samsung Internet Settings allows users to match a website’s font with the one that’s used by the device.
- Improvements in Reader Mode: webpages are now easier to read
- Extended support for translation: Translation Extension adds support for translating 18 languages while browsing the web.
- Brings “Enhanced smart anti-tracking” tool that automatically clears cookies at scheduled intervals
- Introduced a new privacy control panel, showing how many pop-ups and cookies have been blocked and is easier to read and manage
According to the company, Samsung Internet 14.0 will exit the Beta stage nearby April. And interestingly, the app is not limited to Samsung phones and tablets. In fact, it is compatible with most Android devices. However, the availability of device-specific attributes is not guaranteed.