What PWAs are - and what they are not!
A Rube Goldberg Machine
Newer browser APIs give framework levels of functionality, built into the browser. They are powerful individually but also they complement each other, enabling us to produce beautiful websites.
Big news for our new Samsung Internet beta v6.2!medium.com
Earlier this year, Samsung Internet v5 heralded our first open beta and the first time our browser could be installed on non-Samsung phones — specifically Google Nexus and Pixel devices. Today we’re excited to share that our v6 beta is being released… for all Android 5.0+ (Lollipop) phones!
We now have a community-approved Progressive Web Apps logo!medium.com
The term ‘Progressive Web App’ has been around since 2015, describing an approach for developing web experiences that combine the best of the web and the best of native apps. However, up until now there hasn’t been an easy way to convey the message with a logo...
Announcing Samsung Internet v5.4 stable!medium.com
Thank you to all our beta testers! Samsung Internet version 5.4 is now being released in our stable channel. As usual with our gradual roll-outs, it will become available worldwide over the next few days via the Play Store and Galaxy Apps store...
Think You Know The Top Web Browsers?medium.com
If you attend web developer events in much of Europe and North America, inevitably you will see the same browser logos keep cropping up in the speakers’ slides...
Release of Samsung Internet Chrome Extension v2medium.com
Today we are very glad to release the much awaited version 2 of our Chrome Extension. Install it today to sync bookmarks across your Chrome browser on PC and Samsung Internet.
What’s The Deal With The Samsung Internet Browser?smashingmagazine.com
Interview with Jungkee Song from Samsung Internet - Samsung Internet (which is the official, and quite boring, name of the Samsung Chromium browser) has about 400 million active users globally (source: the interview below). For comparison, Google Chrome for Android has about 1 billion.