Samsung Reportedly Working on A New Unified Browser

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The South Korean tech giant, Samsung will soon be launching a new browser in a bid to unify all the Samsung devices be it smartphones, tablets or Smart Televisions. The new browsing app which is only known as Samsung Browser as of now will be based on the Webkit engine. If reports are to be believed then the new browser will be first released for Samsung’s Android and Tizen based devices and then for other. Samsung browser will be bringing on board some pretty impressive and surprising features for its users. The browser is reported not to support Adobe Flash and will be relying completely on HTML 5 video.


Samsung browser will allow the syncing of passwords., bookmarks and history across all Samsung devices. Another feature it is said to be coming is suggesting local content. Samsung browser is reported to be including the Web Video Cast support for Samsung’s smart televisions starting 2015. This new feature will enhance the video support for smart televisions. Other features it is reportedly bringing on board is the reading mode as well as offline viewing mode. The reports have also surfaced hinting that this new browsing app will come with S pen support also. It was also reported that the next browsers in the lineup will be based on Blink engine and Servo engine respectively to fully utilize the multi cores as well as heterogeneous computing architectures. Back in 2013 Servo engine was announced by Mozilla and Samsung, and will soon be making an appearance in near future as a Standalone browser for Samsung devices.

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