Developer of private photo app Keepsafe launches mobile web browser

Written almost 2 years ago by IanDorfman

Mobile users that value privacy now have one more alternative to consider when choosing which web browser they wish to use when surfing the Internet.

The developers behind the Small KeepSafe iconKeepSafe encrypted photo library app have released a new privacy-focused web browser for mobile devices.

Keepsafe posted two articles about the browser on its official blog that detail the lengths to which the company's new web browser goes to protect the privacy of its users:

Phone Privacy: Use a PIN-code to secure Keepsafe Browser
Privacy Controls: You decide whether you prefer to store cookies and urls locally to return to web pages and stay logged into sites.
Normal tabs are white and store cookies, caching and urls locally. (On Android, you can also clear this browsing activity.)
Secret tabs on iOS are purple and forget session data like cookies, caching and urls when closed.
More Data Security: Ad tracker blockers protect you from ad, social, analytic and content trackers.

Small Keepsafe Browser iconKeepsafe Browser is available now on Small Android iconAndroid and Small iOS iconiOS.