Whether you're looking for documentation on various domains or for entertainment purposes, the Internet is home to nearly anything you need. In order to access the information superhighway you need to use specialized applications. Crazy Browser is one of them and promises to enhance your web surfing experience.
Visit up to six pages at a time
The application's pride lies in the multiple tab support. In other words, you are able to access your favorite web pages in six different tabs. These are only visible only when minimizing one of them, but get your patience ready, because it takes some time due to the poor design.
Additionally, you can switch between opened pages using vertical and horizontal sliders. The last visited page is stored so you don't have to open it again when launching the application the next time.
Limited features keep it from being a pro
Unfortunately, the application is only practical because it grants you access to the Internet. Other than features mentioned above, little else is available. Even though the application allows you to have multiple tabs open, the design does not bring anything new on the block, nor is it too practical.
Moreover, there is no integrated function that allows you to save frequently accessed pages in a bookmarks manager, not is there a history tracker available.
The address seems to constantly change to random pages but without messing with your desired content, and the amount of system resources used leaves a little something to be desired.
To end with
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Crazy Browser is barely at the beginning of a long path to success. It feels a little rough around the edges overall and limited features greatly reduce potential. Moreover, it uses too many of your system's resources for what it provides in return.