10 Best Alternatives For Android Stock Browser

While the Android stock browser offers many nifty features, it does not provide a number of functionalities that users are able to gain from conventional desktop browsers. Perhaps this is the reason why the release of the Chrome browser for Android created so much excitement for Android users. Let’s take a look at 10 best Android alternatives for the Android stock browser and explore the features that make them worth Continue Reading →

New Features Of Kindle Fire Update 6.3

A new update for Kindle Fire has been rolled out with some interesting new features. For those of you with rooted devices, you will loose root access with the update, which can be regained by following these steps: How To Root Kindle Fire Running Software Version 6.3. As for the new features, there have been some new sharing, movie rental, Amazon Silk Browser and numerous other additions that have been Continue Reading →

How To Install Kindle Fire Silk Browser On Your Rooted Android Device

Amazon Silk is a web browser developed by Amazon for their Kindle Fire tablets. Since it’s inception, Silk has been well received among Kindle Fire users because of it’s speed. It uses a split architecture, due to which some of the processing is performed on Amazon’s servers to improve webpage loading attributes. The frontend of Silk is based on the WebKit (browser) engine. Until recently, Silk was only available for Continue Reading →