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Internet

A fast, lite, and private mobile browser by Amazon

Internet browser is lighter than the competition. This means more storage to download the latest videos and music from your favorite sites. Get new features regularly, with updates so small you may even decide to download them with your data plan.

Onion Browser

A Tor browser for iOS. Browse the web anonymously.

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Tweegenic1- Noble Investor
There a paid app on the App Store called “the onion browser”. I believe that it’s 1.99-2.99$. I’m sure that by now there are many others, but i’ve personally never tried anything else.
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Justin Cauchon- Product Manager, CNET
Onion Browser is the most reputable and kept up to date. If you Google Mike Tigas, you’ll see how is well known - not some random iOS dev.
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Cake Browser

The world's first swipeable mobile web browser.

Cake Browser is a better web browser for your phone. Cake skips over the search results list to take you straight to the content you want—then you simply swipe to see the next result. No more back-and-forth between a search results page and the result links. Just swipe and go. With Cake at your fingertips, you’ll find more and find it faster.

The Next Web
Most people stick with whatever default browser came with their phone, be it Safari or Chrome. That's a shame, because there are a lot of compelling options out there, like Cake Browser, which re-imagines how search can work on mobile.
Lifehacker
iOS/Android: I hate mobile browsing. When I open Safari, I'm usually trying to google something quickly, then go back to my other apps. Lately I've been trying the mobile browser Cake, publicly released for iOS and Android today, and it's made searching much faster.
Medium
Not long ago I realized that mobile web browsers suck - massively. To explain why, let me turn back the clock. In 1994, Netscape Navigator launched as the first truly mass-market web browser. It was an incredible leap in ease of use that ushered in adoption of the world wide web.
12 Alternatives to Cake Browser

Safari 10

The best way to see the sites.

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Milo B.
I don't use Safari anymore, as I switched to Chrome for its extensions and DevTools, but if it's one thing that I miss – it's the Read Later function. Native, light-weight, synced, and accessible. Absolutely fantastic!
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Alex Pandelidis- Digital Marketer
Works seamlessly on Apple devices, no extra sign-in/account/app required (besides iCloud). Reading list also keeps an offline version as well and has plenty of iOS/MacOS app support.
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