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Latest Samsung Internet update fixes bookmarks and Secret mode passwords


Last updated: July 30th, 2021 at 14:52 UTC+01:00

Samsung is rolling out a new update to its mobile browser. Samsung Internet version is now available for download, and although it doesn’t bring any brand-new features to the table, it addresses some issues affecting the recently added bookmark bar.

As many of you know, Samsung added a bookmark bar to its mobile browser a little over a month ago. The bookmark bar works as you would expect and contributes to a more streamlined browsing experience, but it isn’t without issues. The good news is that the latest Samsung Internet update claims to address issues with bookmarks malfunctioning and fixes password mismatch errors when using Samsung Internet in Secret mode.

In addition to fixing bookmarks, the latest update also claims to introduce new security patches and improve the browser’s stability.

Samsung Internet users can download the latest update from the Play Store and the Galaxy Store, or they can simply download the Samsung Internet v14.2.3.14 APK file from our website and install the app manually.

Stay tuned for more news on future updates. Samsung Internet 15 is already available in beta, and it will eventually become available outside of the beta program. The new beta version improves the browsing experience and introduced enhanced anti-tracking technologies.

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