Samsung Internet v6.2 brings beta features like Night Mode for everyone
Samsung released the Samsung Internet Beta v6 three months ago. The beta version of its web browser introduced several new features including the Night Mode. Samsung today announced that it’s rolling out Samsung Internet v6.2 to the public. The beta features that were launched three months ago are now available for everyone.
It was also confirmed a couple of months ago that Samsung Internet v6.2 beta had compatibility for non-Galaxy smartphones. Anyone with an Android device running version 5.0 and up could download the browser from the Google Play Store. The stable version is also compatible with all Android devices running version 5.0 and up.
The Night Mode feature is great for those who browse the web in bed at night. It reduces the amount of bright light from the phone which is good for when users want to wind down before sleeping.
There’s also a new High Contrast mode which makes reading the web more accessible and comfortable. It will show text in white on a dark background so that there’s less light in the user’s eyes with more easily readable text.
The Content Blockers section of the Settings menu makes it easy to download, install, and manage adblocking services. The new Tracking Blocker keeps users’ browsing habits and information secure, it’s enabled by default in Secret Mode.
Samsung Internet v6.2 is now available for download from our APK page. It’s also live in Galaxy Apps and the Google Play Store.