One of the first attractions is the aspect offered by this browser, which is still in a trial version and, therefore, can offer small bugs (we have not found any important ones) and, also, get new inclusions. It is based on the well-known design Material Desing (Android L), so its interface is very clean, with very clear texts and very intense colors. This already differs from Google Chrome.
Worse, the positive features of Atlas Web Browser do not end here, since this development offers a very attractive window management, with large icons for it (as you can see in one of the images below). In addition, it includes a control tool that allows, together with AdBlock Plus (Easy List) to block advertising pages and pop-ups.
Another virtue is that through filtering systems the consumption of data when browsing is significantly reduced (something that Chrome excels in thanks to compression) and, by extension, energy consumption is reduced. One detail that we really liked is the option in the Control Panel by which the operation of the webs can be established between HI-FI and LO-Fi (complete and without the use of JavaScrip, respectively).
For all types of devices
We say this since Atlas Web Browser is perfectly adapted to be used both on phones and tablets, which results in a very wide compatibility. By the way, what options like private browsing, browsed on two websites in parallel (through an additional pluging) and the ability to perform automatic searches in the navigation bar is present.
If you want to try Atlas Web Browser and give it a try, something we recommend, you can do it at this link from Google Play. It is completely free and has no advertising included. Regarding compatibility, it is necessary to have Android 4.0.3 or higher and it only occupies 1 MB in the terminal. We remember that it is in the testing phase, so this must be taken into consideration.
If you want to find other applications for your Android terminal, we suggest that you access this section where you can learn about new interesting options.