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APP OF THE WEEK: Link Bubble

I use twitter alot, like a lot and I click on links, which open in the in-built Twitter browser. The in-built browser is a good thing because then I don’t have to open another app just to view a link. Other apps such as WhatsApp don’t have in-built browsers so they have to open up an external browser, such as Google Chrome. The problem with opening another app just to view a link is it’s so slow and when you go back to your previous app, it reloads and you end up losing track. Say, for example Instagram, you click on a link and it opens up, when you’re done with the link, you go back to your timeline and it refreshes and now you have to start the painful process of scrolling down to where you were.
This week’s app solve this probem. When you click on a link in an app, Link Bubble loads that webpage in the background, leaving you free to keep using your current app rather than you watching a page load. Once the page has fully loaded, the “bubble” that will be hovering on the edge of your screen will animate, notifying you that you can now look at your opened link.
This is helpful as you get to keep doing what you’re doing and you can check the link afterwards and it will be fully loaded. It’s a full browser, so this means you have a history on it, can open multiple tabs and even share the links you’ve opened.

I have been using Link Bubble as my default browser ever since I learnt about it. It is only available on android and I am glad we have this app in existence because after using it, you realize how useful it is.

Download Link Bubble on Play Store

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