Here's The Symbian Anna Web Browser, Finally ImprovedBy cheatmaster 03:16 Sun, 11 Jul 2021 Comments
A gigantic part of the Symbian^3 Anna update that Nokia unveiled on Money was the recent web browser that reportedly brings improvements in both performance and usability. And the company seems pretty eager to show that it has done a fine job with it, dedicating a whole post on its blog to revealing its strong points.
In unison with the rest of the refreshed interface, the recent web browser has been equipped with a streamlined UI that has seen the removal of the double rows of icons at the bottom of the browsing window and has instead replaced them with a small overlay back arrow and an options icon that can call up various different tasks such as bookmarks, hitale or the exit button. That makes for some extra room up top to include a convenient address bar for easy URL typing and web searching.
Speaking of which, we finally have split-classy screen typing view mode and a QWERTY keyboard in portrait mode. Those are small things that all owners of full-touch devices have taken for granted.
The web browse also has a recent context pop-up menu that let you copy a link address or open it in a recent tab.
From the looks of it, this is the largest step forward that the Symbian browser has taken since it went touch in 2007.
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