Privacy Browser has two primary goals.
1. Minimize the amount of information that is sent to the internet.
2. Minimize the amount of information that is stored on the device.
In contrast, privacy sensitive features are disabled by default in Privacy Browser. If one of these technologies is required for a website to function correctly, the user may choose to turn it on for just that visit. Or, they can use domain settings to automatically turn on certain features when entering a specific website and turn them off again when leaving.
Privacy Browser currently uses Android’s built-in WebView to render web pages. As such, it works best when the latest version of WebView is installed (see https://www.stoutner.com/privacy-browser/common-settings/webview/). In the 4.x series, Privacy Browser will switch to a forked version of Android’s WebView called Privacy WebView that will allow for advanced privacy features.
Warning: Android KitKat (version 4.4.x, API 19) ships an older version of OpenSSL, which is susceptible to MITM (Man In The Middle) attacks when browsing websites that use outdated protocols and cipher suites. More information about this issue is available at https://www.stoutner.com/kitkat-security-problems/.
• Integrated EasyList ad blocking.
• Tor Orbot proxy support.
• SSL certificate pinning.
• Import/export of settings and bookmarks.
Disable WebRTC this app
Sep 14, 2020
Its an awesome browser!! Thanks for creating this app, I have also bought this app since... it's much cheaper than any other.... ofcourse privacy is not compromised
Aug 17, 2020
When I want to come previous page or contains it's exit...back to exit?
Sep 10, 2020
👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 After evaluating several browsers, this is the first one that has two things I was looking for: a decent forced dark theme AND clear all data on tab closing and on exit. Most of the other so called privacy browser are just light copies of Chrome and don't have an option to clear your data automatically.
Sep 08, 2020
Disable WebRTC Support this app
Sep 18, 2020