Do you know how I got the idea of writing this article today? Actually, today’s morning I was chatting with my friend on WhatsApp and he was sending me some web links to check but as you know each web link open in web browser so I was having a great problem of opening and closing the browser again and again. And suddenly I focused toward Facebook messenger floating chat heads and the idea of floating browser apps came in my mind. And as soon as I searched on Google Play I found some floating browser Android apps and tried all of them on my android phone.
So, in this article I’m disclosing 3 best and free floating browsers for your Android smartphone. With the help of floating browsers, you won’t need to leave your current task and it will load all your links and articles in background that can be viewed easily without leaving your current app with the help of floating browsing head.
Now, have a look on the following floating browser Android apps that I liked the most.
3 Free Floating Browser Apps for Android Phone
It is one of the most popular floating browser application for Android smartphones. Flynx helps you open articles and links from all your favorite apps like Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Google+, etc. without leaving the application.
One more reason for loving it is that it lets you save articles to read later and even offline. Additionally, it has been translated into over 15 languages including Arabic, Brazilian, Chinese, French, German, Japanese and Spanish.
Lynket Browser (previously Chromer) is another popular floating browser application for Android smartphones. Its implementation of floating bubbles and background loading is vastly superior to other floating browsers due to use of Custom Tabs. It does not hog memory in RAM and respects Android™ Lifecycle.
It has many features such as Web Heads, Article Mode, AMP, Dynamic Toolbar Color, Search Suggestions, Multitasking and much more. And after all, it’s absolutely free and open source floating browser for Android devices. It’s it cool?
Flyperlink is a revolutionary web browser optimized for multitasking on mobile devices which now also includes Chrome Custom Tabs.
While browsing your favorite apps, they often redirect you to links on the web. Opening these links will destroy your workflow with the current app. Flyperlink avoids this by opening links in a floating browser that remains in front of your apps.
I found these 3 free floating browsers for Android very rarely on Google Play Store and I think you all will like them. I’m currently using using Flyperlink browser for my Android device. Moreover, if you know any other floating browser application, feel free to mention in comments.