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    Bromite browser still maintained?

    Hi all, I am using Bromite browser (based on Chromium) to surf. The latest browser is based on Chromium 108 as seen in apkmirror & github. It means that it has not been updated for half a year. Does anyone know whether this app development stops?
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    Latest update to Brave browser uses an updated version of Chromium

    Chromium is the open source project that Chrome is built from and many other browsers are using it. Brave is one of the browsers that use it and its latest update uses version 58.0.3029.83 of Chromium.
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    This version of Chromium is faster than Chrome on Snapdragon devices

    A lot of smartphones and tablets are shipping with Qualcomm's Snapdragon SoC, so you might be interested to know that there are versions of Chromium out there that are optimized specifically for these chips. Arter97 is a well-known developer in the community and his latest release adds gesture...
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    WARP Browser is based on Chromium 52 and includes a built-in adblocker

    eMbience Inc has just released a new web browser into the Play Store that's called WARP Browser. It's advertised as Fast, Safe and includes no ads. It is based on Chromium 52 and has an adblocker built into it.
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    Gello, CyanogenMod's new Chromium-based browser, is starting to roll out to compatible devices

    Gello is a brand new browser developed by the CyanogenMod team, and is ready to roll out to devices running CyanogenMod 13. Some of the highlights include a "save for offline" function, a desktop-style custom save dialog, easy bookmarks on the homescreen, multiple search engines, power-saving...