Mini Web Browser2.0 Beta
With the Internet offering more and more powerful and diverse content, web browsers need to keep up the pace in order to make every accessible website compatible, load fast and fully-featured. Amongst many that have managed to make a name throughout the years, new web browsers try either to bring innovation or better implementation of existing features. Mini Web Browser is one of them and tries to simplify features for faster browsing.
Equipped with basic navigation options
The main interface provides no spectacular visual elements, with an upper toolbar fitted with necessary navigation buttons, as well as an address field, most of the space being taken up by content of your desired page. Depending on your Internet connection, pages can be loaded pretty fast.
Quickly access a large diversity of content
A main disadvantage is the missing support for multiple tabs, forcing you to run multiple instances for more web pages opened at the same time. However, the application puts a large variety of website shortcuts at your disposal, stored in a dedicated menu and categorized in arts, recreation, games, business, software, encyclopedias and a lot more.
No support for bookmarks
On the other hand, there is no possibility to add your favorite web pages to bookmarks, nor can you edit already existing ones. Additional features let you open pages in IE in case compatibility issues stand in your way, browse in offline mode, as well as switching back to online.
System resources used can vary, depending on page content, but are generally not something to worry about. There is a possibility to go to the homepage, but it can only be set from internet Explorer.
A few last words
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Mini Web Browser is far from being a suitable choice if you're looking to try something new. The amount of informative web sites it offers quick access to is impressive, but it lacks one too many important features to make it entirely practical over time.