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http://123movies.to is a good online alternative. Big collection of movies and TV shows, most of them with matching subtitles. I recommend an ad-blocker or ad-free browser like YuBrowser.
Brave is good. I switched to YuBrowser though. It does the ad blocking like Brave, but has more features and you can sync your Google account so your desktop Chrome bookmarks/tabs show up. Also, it's optimized for Snapdragon processors, so it runs faster on the Pixel than other browsers.
if you want 'ad-block' on those, switch the custom tab provider on Chromer with a Chrome-based browser with built-in adblock like YuBrowser
but hey, Firefox Beta can into custom tabs, too. Just get uBlock from the addon page and change the provider on Chromer as well
> but switched over to Flamingo
I was using that myself but switched back to Fenix as I couldn't figure out how to have it open in an external browser.
I use Fenix and links open in YuBrowser with it's speed and ad blocking. If there's a way for that to happen in Flamingo I'll switch back in a heartbeat.
I personally use the CAF-based YuBrowser from the Play Store. It's always swiftly updated to parity with the most recent Chromium builds, though that means that some bugs slip through from time to time.
You can use this browser, based on Chromium, optimized for Snapdragon devices.
It also has a built-in ad blocker, no more ad revenue for Google.
Using Android but getting sick of Chrome's bloat and Google's nonsense?
Use YuBrowser, a fast browser based on Chromium, optimized for Qualcomm Snapdragon chips. It has a built-in ad blocker which works well.
Try it, you will not regret it. I have tried many Android mobile browsers, YuBrowser is one of the best out there now.
YuBrowser on Google Play
YuBrowser - super quick browser that blocks ads wonderfully. I'm not rooted anymore, though I used to use Adaway for system wide blocking back then.
YuBrowser or Brave browsers.
They are built on Google's open source chromium project, so they look and work just like chrome. You can still sign into your Google account with YuBrowser (Maybe with Brave as well). They also allow you to block ads seamlessly and do a good job.
YuBrowser also claims to be "Optimized for Snapdragon". Whatever that means.
Indeed the site is populated with adfly ads, but nowadays most people know how to skip malicious ads and not open them.
For people who might fall in advertisement traps, I strongly recommend using adblock addon for browser, or if they are on mobile platform I advise them to use some browser that supports adblock addon or a browser that has adblock integrated (like YuBrowser for devices with snapdragon chipset https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mokee.yubrowser&hl=en )
The site itself is not a trap, you just need to know to bypass the ads like on many sites nowadays, the games are fully working and they are not malicious (check the permissions when you install them, they don't even need internet connection, only storage access to save the game progress).
Get YuBrowser. It's fast as hell (optimised for Snapdragon procs) and blocks ads (and has a privacy guard thing) out-of-the-box.
If you prefer Chrome's look and performance and features but with ad-block, you can install one of the Chromium based browsers - like YuBrowser.
You should give YuBrowser a shot. It's basically a chrome skin that blocks ads. It's blended seamlessly for me. It will also play ad-free youtube in the background while you're in other apps. I love it.
Maybe not exactly what you're looking for but YuBrowser has been great for me. It's basically a chrome skin that blocks ads. It integrates all the great chrome settings while blocking ads. Also let's you listen to ad-free youtube in the background while you're multitasking other apps.
Nope. I just tried YuBrowser yesterday, and it will now be my everyday browser. Looks and acts just like Chrome, but with more features. If it doesn't sync right away, log out and back in again.
Original Nexus 6P, purchased December 2, 2015, plus two refurbs and awaiting a third. I get anywhere from 4 1/2-6 1/2 hours SOT consistently, depending on usage. Since voice calls are the biggest drain on my battery, on days when I have few to no voice calls, I've reached 7 hours a few times, and 8 hours twice. Of course, I don't do anything graphic-intensive.
I use a plain black AMOLED wallpaper, YuBrowser with Night Mode enabled and duckduckgo as the search engine with a dark theme, and AMOLED themes in apps where possible. Indoor brightness is set to exactly 5%, using an app called CoolBright. I use Smart Launcher 3 Pro now, but have also used Nova Prime. WiFi used exclusively at home, with the phone set to turn WiFi off during sleep. Excellent signal both at home and outdoors
If you're using and Android device, use this browser:
It's a customized version of Chromium with a built-in ad blocker. It's super fast too, especially if your device has a Qualcomm chip. The devs are open, competent and honest. Support them.
Speaking of browsers, this one uses snapdragon features to optimize battery behaviour, which I have been using after using Naked for years.
If you have a Snapdragon device, YuBrowser.
Code Aurora Forum (CAF) browsers - based on chromium and optimized for Qualcomm CPUs - are likely what you're looking for. They all have enhanced privacy features, baked-in ad and tracking blockers, and an option to force incognito mode for all tabs (which is great if you don't want particular app's external links to show up in your search history). Check past threads because there are always security questions when a developer uses open source components but doesn't fully reveal what's in the final code, but the most discussed CAF forks are:
I usually recommend YuBrowser to family because it has the most features with the least hastle, and TugaBrowser to friends who are careful enough to stay safe with non-Play-Store apps, but you should keep your ear to the ground for developers going rogue no matter which one you pick. The popular JStewarts/!phenom browser got Reddit worked up a while back over concerns that data was being intercepted in-route - a legitimate worry - and while the dev offered what some saw as a reasonable explanation, the project was still taken private because media headaches are usually more trouble than they're worth.
Or, look for a standard universal ad blocker - they're mentioned each week in these threads. Some work by routing all traffic through a VPN, some only route DNS requests, some act as a filter list, some need root or xposed... it's a complicated topic that frankly diverges too much from this one to go into here.
Good luck, and if anyone has further information about the browsers or authors I listed above, I'd love to hear it! CAF browsers are often mentioned but seldom discussed in one coherent space.
EDIT: CAF browsers are notorious for destroying Chrome data (like stored passwords) and not fully signing you in. Both of these problems are avoided by allowing the "contact" permission before opening the app for the first time. Also, Chrome's "data saver" mode is missing due to a lack of public API, but when weighed against data saved on ads, you'll probably still come out ahead.
That's where the Chromium forks come in, particularly the Code Aurora Forum (CAF) ones that are optimized for Qualcomm chips. Check the rest of this thread for mentions of YuBrowser and TugaBrowser, the Reddit darlings. You'll need to enable their Contacts permissions before doing anything else (or risk passwords & bookmarks getting corrupted), but Google Sync is alive and kicking.
This browser can do it too (and it's got built in Ad-block, Snapdragon, optimisation, and some other stuff!).
Is this it?
Thats all that shows up when I search Tugabrowser
I use YuBrowser it looks great
Get YuBrowser or Lightning Browser (from F-Droid for the full version).
This browser filters ads
If you have a SnapDragon device, YuBrowser or TugaBrowser (on XDA) are your best bets.
For floating browsers with ad-block, Flyperlink or Brave Browser are among the best options.
Jag använder yubrowser som är Chromium (Chrome) med inkluderad adblocker. Funkar riktigt bra.
YuBrowser, swipe from the edge to switch tabs.
Get YuBrowser. It's fast and blocks ads out-of-the-box.
Get YuBrowser mate. It's fast as hell (optimised for Snapdragon procs) and blocks ads out-of-the-box.
Yu Browser (the bot gave a wrong app)
YuBrowser, looks and feels like Chrome, but has night mode, adblocking, also allows chrome bookmark syncing
Yubrowser is your friend
my favourite android browser
Assuming you have a Qualcomm processor, this is fast and full of extra features and still has merge tabs and apps: