Samsung got off to a rocky start with ad-blocking for its Android browser. It initially launched it for devices on Marshmallow (Android 6.0), but Google quickly pulled the required partner app, Adblocker Plus. The search giant subsequently changed its mind, meaning there's now a variety of ad-blockers you can use with Samsung's browser. For Secret mode, Samsung took privacy beyond what's offered by other browsers. It stores saved pages and bookmarks with the same encryption tech it uses for Knox and gives you the option to access it with fingerprint authentication.
Mar-29-2016, 13:11:35 GMT