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Samsung Browser will bring news to the management of notifications and more

Although the offer of browsers for Android is very wide, not many that can face Google Chrome. However, the Samsung Browser is one of them, especially after the many new features it has received over the past few months.

Now it has been officially announced that several new features will be implemented soon. The changes have already been implemented in the beta version of the application, and should soon reach the stable version.

Samsung Browser notifications

Easily manage website notifications

Push notifications are a tool that has been available for a relatively short time, but quickly received the adoption of the vast majority of sites. Unfortunately, many of them end up using this functionality in an unresponsive way, taking advantage of the ingenuity of many users.

With the new update, Samsung Browser puts an advanced notification manager at the disposal of users. This will make it much easier to turn unwanted notifications off.

Samsung Browser Tabs

Presentation of the flaps optimized for the dimensions of ‘small screens’

This browser will once again try to present a distinct approach to Google Chrome for the management of open tabs. In the case of Google’s application, the tabs appear in ‘stack’, making it impossible to get a global view of the open sites.

Now, in Samsung’s browser you can see all the websites open much faster and intuitive. This is because the tabs will be displayed in a grid of ‘featured images’ that clearly display the site name and also the open page view.

New implementations already available in the beta version of Samsung Browser

It has already been confirmed that the news will arrive in the browser update to version 9.2. However, they are already available in the latest beta (v9.4) that can now be installed through the Google Play Store or Galaxy Store.

If you do not want to wait for the stable version to arrive, you can easily join the testing program through the Samsung Browser homepage on the Google Play Store.

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