Step 1: Download Cyanogen’s Gello browserThe Gello browser app is not available on the Google Play Store yet, so you have to manually download and install it to your Android device. Start off by opening the Cyanogen website and download the Gello browser for Android (download link).
Step 2: Enable “Unknown Sources” and Install the appBefore you can install the Gello browser app, head over to the Settings app and scroll down to find the Security tab. In the Security tab, scroll down to find “Unknown Sources” and tap on the toggle switch next to it. Now that you have enabled unknown sources, tap on the downloaded .apk file and press on “Install” and wait for it to complete. Now that you have installed the app, you can find the Gello browser as simply named “Browser” in your app drawer.
Step 3: Configure Gello BrowserAlthough being a completely Google-free version of Chrome, Gello offers the core performance of Chromium (Chrome’s open-source version). However, there are a few neat features that you can uncover from the browser settings. Tap on the three-dot menu and press Settings to open up a new page on the app. In the “Interface” section, you can find multiple options that you can enable by tapping the toggle switch right next to them.
- Edge navigation
- Colored status bar
- Night mode
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