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    What Android Browsers can store the history for 12 months?

    Hi, Just wondering does anyone have a list of what Android Browsers can store the history for 12 months? Thanks
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    Zoom webpage

    Hi, So, I recently changed my old Motorola for a Huawei. In the Motorola, I usually used Chrome to browse through the internet. However, I also used Dolphin, because it did something Chrome didn't do: when I zoomed a web page (such as a news article), the text not only increased in size, but...
  3. DroidModderX

    Google Will Not Build A Native Ad-Blocker Into Chrome

    Google has confirmed that they will not be building a native ad-blocker into the Chrome browser after all. Google had made mention that they did not like the way that some publishers dealt with ads. They had even mentioned in the past that they would update their search algorithms to punish...
  4. DroidModderX

    Side By Side Tab Browsing Coming To Chrome In Android N

    The new Developer Preview Build of Android N was released at Google I/O as the days go by more and more features are being uncovered. One interesting new feature is a new side by side Tab mode for Chrome. This would allow you to view multiple pages simultaneously from within the Chrome app...
  5. DroidModderX

    New Data Saving Feature In Firefox Beta

    Gone are the years of unlimited all you can eat 4G LTE data, for many of you that is. I am still holding on to my grandfathered Alltel plan for dear life. You can't beat unlimited 4G plus unlimited texts and 500 minutes to share for just $145! For those of you on a shared data plan or a limited...
  6. DroidModderX

    Google Is Now Taking A Stance On Sketchy Ads

    Several days ago we learned that Samsung has baked support for ad blocking right into their browser. Of course this move is pretty controversial. On the plus side blocking ads keeps you from inadvertently downloading a virus through a hacked ad server. Blocking ads can also speed up your web...
  7. DroidModderX

    Flyperlink Adds Chathead Style Floating Web Browser To Android

    If you are looking for a revolutionary new way to browse the web Flyperlink has what you are looking for. Once Flyperlink is installed clicking on a link gives you the option to open with flyperlink. Opening in flyperlink gives you a floating web browser that shows content. When finished or when...
  8. DroidModderX

    Official Samsung Browser Receives Ad Block Support

    I will never understand why any OEM would want to incorporate Ad Block into their device period. Smart phones exist to be web viewing devices. The overwhelming majority of the web is ad supported. Without ads you don't have anything to look at on your phone. It makes no sense. While this may be...
  9. DroidModderX

    Run Windows 95 In Your Web Browser

    I may be weird but as a 29 year old male I find myself interested in vintage tech. I love hearing the stories of old timers spending days punching out programs on cards for a computing process that took a few minutes. From the stories of the rat race to see who could own the latest and greatest...
  10. DroidModderX

    Brave Browser Seeks To Speed Up Your Web Browsing Experience By Replacing Ads

    Ads are the lifeblood of the internet as it is designed today. We are not conditioned to pay for the content we view everyday. Instead we expect to be delivered the latest news when it happens with lots of visually stunning photos and videos to accompany it. All of this content cost money and...
  11. DroidModderX

    ASUS To Block Ads By Default In Stock Browser

    It kind of seems like a shoot yourself in the foot moment, but according to sources ASUS will be utilizing their partnership with AdBlock Plus to natively block ads in their stock Android browser. The trend for OEMs to block internet ads is kind of stupid in my opinion. The internet as it stands...
  12. DroidModderX

    AdBlock Will No Longer Work On Youtube

    For a long time Adblock was one of the main reasons to root your device. There are now ways to enable adblock without root. There are even web browsers built to block ads. I have never been a proponent of adblock since it takes earnings away from the content creators I love. As a content creator...