Krypton Anonymous Browser Beta Now Up for Download on Google Play Store

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  • 02 Nov 2014
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  • If you’re looking for a web browser that really keeps your anonymous state intact, then Krypton would be a good idea. Coming from Kr36, this browser is based on the idea that it doesn’t save your data, browsing habits, cookies and such and lets you browse without hassle or worries.

    If you check out Krypton’s website, you’ll see that they don’t collect data that identifies the user and that they also don’t collect data about how the user interacts with the software. They don’t transmit history, behaviors or usage information without the explicit consent of the user. Once there’s a crash, you get options regarding how to send crash reports. Reports include details about the mobile device and such things.

    Auto suggest and Search are enabled by default on Krypto products and they are subjected to the privacy policy already known on various search providers. The Krypton Anonymous Browser is up for download here, but only in beta phase for now. It doesn’t store cookies, history and site data on the disk and each tab it offers is isolated within a separate OS process. Each tab is seen as a different instance, with its own memory and state.

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