Overall a good browser, but a few annoying things that prevents me from using it on a daily basis. 1. No import of bookmarks from an html file. 2. Does have the reading mode, however, it rotates into the portrait mode, while I use the landscape mode on my 8 "tablet. 3. Would like to see more customization, e.g. background, icons in the speed dial (they all show the mint donut), make a local page as the home page (e.g. bookmarks). The only option is a URL or 'default' but you can't change the 'default' and few other things.
41 people found this review helpful
Hello, thank you for your feedback. We will forward your suggestion to the developers to be reviewed. For the speed dial icon, for instance, you want to set wikipedia.com, try opening the site. Then go to home, to add it to speed dial, the link should be available below " addwebsite". Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
It's okay. Not being able to switch the search engine is a major downside. Also, I don't want the buttons at the bottom. I don't download videos from websites and I don't need a "soft button" dedicated to YouTube. It does really well at loading pages, even ones that other major browsers have issues with but that itself isn't quite enough for me to make it default.
28 people found this review helpful
Been using this browser for a couple of weeks. Coming from a die hard Firefox user, mint is pretty cool. loads tabs/pages pretty fast. Firefox starting from a fresh power on doesn't load as fast as mint. Also has a night mode. One nitpick. when you're scrolling through your open tabs, you don't know what tab you're going to until you actually press it. Don't if that's how it is currently or because my phone only having 2gb ram. Using a zte zmax pro running Android marshmallow.
13 people found this review helpful