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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.

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Ali AbouelAtta
Cake browser is built for the 21 century. It is mobile only and works with "swipes" so you can go back and forth very convinently between websites. Super intuitive and fun to use actually
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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.
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.
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.
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Firefox Preview combines the speed, privacy, control, and easy-to-use features you have come to expect from Firefox. Thanks to the GeckoView engine, Preview is 2x times faster than earlier Firefox versions with Always-on Tracking Protection plus Collections.

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Engadget
However, the big deal may be what you can't see. Preview is running on the same GeckoView engine that underlies Focus, delivering up to twice the speed of regular Firefox -- Mozilla likens the effect to Quantum on the desktop. The company is also keen to tout the independence GeckoView offers.
Future Releases
With Firefox Preview, we're combining the best of what our lightweight Focus application and our current mobile browsers have to offer to create a best in class mobile experience. The new application is powered by Firefox's own mobile browser engine -- GeckoView -- the same high-performance, feature enabling motor that fuels our Focus app.
CNET
Mozilla has launched a pilot test of its new web browser for Android phones, called Firefox Preview. The new browser is faster and more privacy-focused, and is available now for early adopters to test ahead of a "feature rich, polished version" coming in the fall, the nonprofit organization said.
VentureBeat
Mozilla today announced Firefox Preview, a pilot of its new Android browser. Firefox Preview, which is powered by Mozilla's own GeckoView engine, will ultimately replace the current Firefox for Android mobile app "this fall." At the same time, Mozilla has put Firefox Focus for Android development on hold.
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Not a big fan of Safari or Chrome? Wait no longer... The mobile browser which won "Best of 2016" in the Japan App Store finally goes global🎉

Smooz is the only browser which offers true "desktop class" tab navigation, with customizable gesture controls.

If you are a tab junky, this is THE browser you should definitely give a try👍

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THE BRIDGE
See the original story in Japanese. Tokyo-based Astool has globally launched their multi-functional mobile web browser app Smooz today. iOS and Androd version are available on iTunes AppStore and Google Play respectively. The app was initially launched only for iOS for the Japanese market back in September of 2016.
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