Quite possibly the best browser for Android! I suspect the developer called it 'Naked' browser 'cos it's not wearing a Tux, Dinner Suit or Tie! Aesthetically, it's pretty basic. Even the app icon suggests a certain Rube Goldberg/Heath Robinson design approach. If you're looking for a slick UX, look elsewhere. But if you're looking for a powerful, ridiculously fast, low resource usage browser, with lots of configurable options, then look no further than NB Pro. Well worth the money, and a well deserved 5 Stars.
The best reason to stay with Android All tablet no phone (well, flip) so I should move to Apple or MS - but no ... Naked couldn't follow
Nearly perfect I love NB browser, it has every little feature you need and nothing else, not even post ginger bread aesthetics! Which is part of the charm imho. My only gripe is the weaker ad block it features, it works, but because of this I also have firefox with the u block origin extension installed. Very rarely it can also hiccup. Overall I give it a solid +4.5, just not as perfect as it can be.
Back button Could you make the apps not closing tabs instead of just exit to previous activity....each time pressing back button it closed the tabs....that's not convenient.
A bit of a joke I'm purchasing this only so that I can leave a comment regarding the free version. The developer tells everyone to try the free version first so that they can't complain about the paid version. I tried this only to be told "Not available in your country" (Australia).( I've never had an android advise me this). I then tried downloading the free version directly from the debeloper's website but still no success. Going to usr one of many other good browsers. Uninstalling.
Hands down the best. The browser all others should strive to emulate. Rock on dev.
• workarounds for Chromium WebView issues on Android 5 and up
• usability tweaks, possible crash fixes, and other optimizations