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Samsung Internet Browser 17.0 Released: Adds Privacy and Security Front and Center [What’s New]

Samsung Electronics officially released Samsung Internet Browsers version 17.0 for Android smartphones and tablets. It adds several features to increase the privacy and security of users surfing the net.

Samsung Internet 17.0 improves the AI-powered anti-tracking feature, which is now turned on by default: this feature allows you to block attempts by websites to track personal information while browsing the network.

Then comes a new dashboard that shows users information regarding blocking trackers on the web and, in general, about privacy: this screen is available via the Quick Access page of the browser.

Samsung added a bunch of new features to their Internet Browser v17.0.1.65

Samsung Internet 17.0 also provides a way to use external security or on-device security keys as an alternative for SMS or App-based two-factor authentication.

Samsung’s latest browser update includes several enhancements to its overall user experience, including the ability to drag and drop tabs into custom tab groups. This makes navigation and organization smoother and faster. Samsung Internet 17.0 will also bring improved search experiences across bookmarks, history and saved pages. The browser recognizes common user typos and can process word-based matching queries to find phrases or sentences from a database based on bookmarks and saved pages. Phonetic matching also enables searching for specific terms based on how they sound, and translation capabilities have been bolstered with the addition of five languages, bringing the total to 26.

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Source: Samsung

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