Used to work. Now I'm getting error 'java.io.FileNotFoundException'. Edit: I no longer have the device I got this error on. I will test on my Note 4 now running an AOSP Nougat ROM.....seems like it works fine. My old device was an LG v10 which had an ARM64 CPU. I got other Java-related errors on it. Maybe that was the cause of the problem.
I'll fix this review rating to a 5 if concern is addressed; Though you offer a non root installation method it does not function out of the box with a fresh install from play store. Solid white screen ( I assume it's making a sudo request )
Chromium is way better than chrome, it just doesn't auto-update. This is perfect! Running Android 7.0, no root. Good work, FroggySoft!
Too many Chromium updates and I can't tell any difference between them. No point updating Chromium more thn every 1 or 2 months, or just run ChromeCanary an get every update w a better looking logo.
Great app, love that with root it will auto update Chromium. Really nice time saver!
Does what it says, well.
-Forced to rename the app, change the icon and add a disclaimer that this is not a Google app (because apparently the fact that it says Froggysoft isn't enough)
A simple but not plain Android mobile browser launched by Phoenix Studio.