Guide to Private Mobile Browsing
We’ve already covered this topic in our ‘Nottingham Escorts Guide to Private Browsing‘ post, but what happens if you’re on a mobile device and wanted the same level of anonymity?
Here are a couple of options that you should be downloading straight away:
DuckDuckGo browser starts where the PC browser leaves off, in that all your searches, tabs and downloads remain private. You have the option to remove the history on closing the browser and nobody will be any the wiser. One downside that we found in this though is that you’re limited (quite rightly) to using the DuckDuckGo search, which may or may not be to your taste. Highly recommended nonetheless, and a great introduction to private mobile browsing.
For those of you that wanted a wider choice of search engines, here’s one that we first noticed last night in our website statistics:
InBrowser app left us a bit cold when we first saw it, only showing five results per search page. However, a quick visit to the settings page, and a click on the ‘browser’ option to change if from Default (Tor browser) to Google, gave us a whole new outlook on private mobile browsing. The browser is ‘tabbed’ which means that you can switch from tab to tab (page to page) with ease, and it has this excellent feature whereby when closing the app, all the tabs or pages get closed too and the history gets erased, leaving no damning black marks in case the missus ‘borrows’ your phone. Excellent for browsing porn sites too (so we hear) and this would seem to be the Swiss Army Knife of private mobile browsing.