Top 10 secure browsers app for android


Web browsers are one of the most important apps on any device. Having the right features and performance while browsing the web can literally change your entire experience. Now finding the right one can be difficult because there are so many options and the face of the web is changing all the time.

And that’s exactly why I have compiled some of the best and the fastest browsers that you can download in 2021.

Brave Browser

You will love the brave browser if you are annoyed with ads and third-party cookies. The app is available for free on the Play Store. Brave browser is one of the best browsers for Android which will optimize your browsing experience with all the basic necessities of a good browser.

It will block all the third-party cookies and has an in-built ad blocker which will block the annoying ads at once. Apart from this the browser is user friendly and has all the basic features lime incognito mode, history and bookmarks.

Puma Browser

We all want privacy while browsing the search engine and looking for content. But that seems to be a dream in these data breach times. Puma Browser is one such browser that sets privacy as its top priority. With a default search engine, DuckDuckGo you can look for your desired content without being get noticed. Puma Browser can be a good option for online publishers and creators.

Firefox Focus

While you can use Mozilla Firefox to carry out most of your web related tasks effortlessly, Firefox Focus tends to be a choice of those looking to ensure their online security. The app size is 4MB which doesn’t require high-end specifications for the smartphone you are using it on.

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However, this tiny browser app is not only going to remind you to delete your browser history but also block a number of ads on the webpages you visit. Firefox Focus is designed in a way that you can keep track of the number of tracking programs it blocks on any site that you land on.

Opera Touch

Considering gradually increasing sizes of mobile screens, one-hand reachability often turns out to be a tedious job for any mobile browser. However, you can readily switch to Opera Touch and carry out most of the common tasks like refreshing, closing a tab and even doing a search without having to use both of your hands.

Its user interface is what truly sets this mobile browser apart from the rest as it provides users with a single tap ad-blocking feature. Moreover, Opera has integrated a dedicated tool so as to ensure safety from several unethical crypto miners. You can not only type your queries in the search bar but also do a search using the built-in speech to text feature in the search option.

Microsoft Edge

For those who integrally consider themselves to be a part of Microsoft’s ecosystem, the mobile version of Edge browser can turn out to be a fruitful choice. Even if you aren’t truly impressed by the desktop counterpart of Edge, this mobile browser is developed by a separate team which has hardly left any space for complaints.

You can seamlessly sync your webpages across various devices and access your saved bookmarks and browsing history from your PC as well. Keeping the user experience in mind, Microsoft has recently included a dedicated option of informing the user about the credibility of any website providing news content.

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Via Browser

Via browser is recommended for those who like compact things. The app comes with a very small size of 1MB which have all the basic features. You can search the web pages, add them as bookmark and save them for offline purpose. The app is very light on your device which have a very impressive page load time.


DuckDuckGo is a blend of multiple web browsers and I guess you might be familiar with the name of this app. For instance, DuckDuckGo comes with a single tap button that will clear all your current tabs which can be found on Firefox and chrome.

The best thing about this Android browser is that it rates all the sites which you have been browsing with the help of tracking. The app comes with basic simple features that give privacy-first priority. Apart from this, there is an in-built rendering engine in the app which allows you to smoothly operate the browser.

Google Chrome

From safe browsing to the data saver option, there is hardly any front in which Google Chrome seems to lack. You can easily save your webpages for offline viewing if you are running short on time or can even sync them across various devices with the help of your Google account. However, auto form filling capability of Chrome is what turns out to be the most practical thing you can expect from a mobile browser.

Tor Browser

Tor Browser for Android is probably the best browser for privacy. It connects to Tor’s proxy network and hides what you’re doing from your ISP and basically everybody else. It surfs the web fairly well and it also blocks trackers, defends against surveillance, and includes multi-layer encryption.

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I am comfortable enough putting this on here despite its early age. I do only recommend this for people who are serious about their privacy and power users who understand how this works.

Firefox Browsers

Firefox is one of the leading players in the browsing market. It provides you with security, a premium browsing experience, and sharing the content with other platforms. It also ensures your protection as the standard Firefox browser comes with a built-in password manager that protects all your relevant data.


Lynket is one of the unique browsers on our list. The app provides you custom tabs and helps you perform multiple tasks at a time. The app comes with an easy user interface which lets you easily open the web pages without any hustle.

It is also one of the oldest players in the browser market and still has the same potential to be the best browser for Android. The app is recommended for those geeks who loves quick multi-tasking and chrome tabs.