APUS Browser 1.8.0 APK for Android Full Version
The APUS Browser Review:
The APUS Browser 1.8.0 features a big image icon at the top, a search button in the center and Quick link tiles below that in an endlessly scrollable screen. The Quick Links section includes the Top Sites , APUS News Feed, APUS Games, Facebook and YouTube tiles with options to add more shortcut tiles using the + tile.
Anyone who uses the APUS Launcher will be familiar with the Top Sites, APUS Games, and the APUS News Feed. These sections are packed with tons of great content and are available for quick consumption at the tap of the screen.
The buttons at the bottom of the screen are ideal for quick navigation and accessing the history, bookmarks and other settings. Similarly, opening more than one APUS windows involves tapping the window icon at the bottom of the screen and then tapping the + button. The window icon can also be used to to switch between multiple windows.
Searching APUS browser is also highly intuitive as you get plenty of suggestions, including sites you have visited before, leaving the typing to a minimal. While browsing a web page, the Star icon inside the Address bar lets you quickly bookmark it for reading later.
Top Features of APUS Browser:
- No image mode : Can load pages without media elements (photos and videos) to display them instantly
- Optimized for slow networks : Is capable of loading page elements quickly, even on 2G network connections
- Multi-tab manager : Offers intuitive navigation between open web page tabs.
- Shortcuts to Favorite sites : Lets you personalize the homepage with shortcuts to your favorite sites
- Favorite search engines : Lets you select a search engine of your choice, including Yahoo, Google, Bing, Yandex (Russia), DuckDuckGo, AOL, and Ask.com
- Google Voice search : Integrates with Google voice to allow you to search the web with voice commands
- Import bookmarks : Allows you to import other browser’s bookmarks
- Tablet compatibility : Works not only on smartphones, but also on 7-inch and 10-inch tablets.
In my use of the APUS Browser, I found it to be pretty good. The UI isn’t innovative or unique – you’ve probably seen a similar layout on other browsers before. However, I found it to be a lot more comfortable to use compared to my browser of choice Firefox. The web pages loaded pretty quickly and I was able to customize the browser to match my needs just as easily.
I am not a big fan of many of APUS’s default apps such as the News Feeds, Top Sites and Games, but a simple long press made it possible for me to remove tiles I did not want. Similarly, bookmarking and viewing a page in full screen mode was easy to do.
Overall, using the APUS browser turned out to be a very intuitive and pleasant browsing experience for me.
If you’ve been struggling with slow page loads and clunky browser apps on your Android, its time to give APUS browser as try. Trust me, you’ll love this one!