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Microsoft Edge for Android now has a dark mode

With its Edge browser, Microsoft wanted to start with a clean slate and make people forget about Internet Explorer. In its race to popularity, the company has understood one of the most requested features is dark mode, which is why it just updated its mobile app with one.

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Clear hundreds of megabytes of cached Chrome storage you probably forgot existed

If you’re like me using an Android device, you probably browse the web with Chrome because it exists in plain sight and does the job you want it to do (and if you’re not me, we’ve got an article for you). What it doesn’t do a good job of, though, is telling you just how much stuff the sites you visit are caching into your phone — which will be particularly stressful for those surviving on 32GB, 16GB, or even 8GB disks. Read More

Clear hundreds of megabytes of cached Chrome storage you probably forgot existed was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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How to Identify and Remove Dangerous Browser Extensions On Your Device

Browser extensions are fun little tools that work to enhance our online experience. Well, that’s probably the case, right? They’re meant to integrate new helpful features within our browsers. But some extensions do that at a cost you might not be willing to wager.

Certain web browser extensions can actually do you more harm than good. Aside from letting you translate webpages on the go, find discount coupons, or block ads, extensions can slow down your device tremendously and even compromise your privacy.

The Good and Bad About Browser Extensions

While letting you fire up your browsing experience with various features, some extensions are extremely detrimental to your [...]

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The best web browsers for Android

You probably don’t think much about the web browser on your phone. No matter what browser you’ve grown accustomed to using, there are plenty of other options that might improve your experience. Unlike Apple, which requires all third-party browsers to use the Safari rendering engine (and doesn’t allow other browsers to be the system default), Google allows any web browser with any engine to be published to the Play Store ⁠— giving Android phones and tablets more options for browsing the web than any iOS device. Read More

The best web browsers for Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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