For an Android user, using his/her device becomes a lifestyle sometimes. We live in a world where we become more “mobilized”,  it’s easier to use an Android device to browse web or to see your e-mails then to enter your laptop or PC. For a better experience when browsing on Android we will show you three apps that will blow your mind !

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1. Javelin Browser

Javelin is a simple browser, with a minimal design that has built-in Ad Block. Your bookmarks will be sorted according to how often you access them.The best part of it is Reading Mode, which takes the text from a content and makes it widescreen for you, to be more clear to be read.

2. Pocket

Pocket is the app that will be loved in offline mode. It saves content that can be viewed after you disconnect from Internet connections. The app takes the content and will save it under a RSS-style index with the same images and text. You can always access the content you wish in offline.

3. Link Bubble

Link Bubble solves a huge problem of internet users. When you want to open a page, often it is loading for a couple of seconds. With this app, you can still read on your website, while the website that you want to enter next is loading. Pretty simple and clever !The free version supports just one bubble, but the paid version has an unlimited number of bubbles.

With these your browsing experience will be better and more complete.  What other apps are using to browse the Internet?

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What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool