Kiwi Browser

By | May 21, 2020

The Kiwi browser is designed to browse the internet, read news, watch videos and listen to music without any hassle.

Browse silently.

Kiwi is based on Chromium and WebKit, the engine that powers the world’s most popular browsers so you don’t lose your habit.

We hope you enjoy the kiwi as much as you can.

Note: We have a chat community where you can discuss developments and share ideas:

Key Features:
Chromium based best

Incredible page load speed
Thanks to our highly customized rendering engine, we’ve been able to display web pages faster.

Powerful ad blocker that removes very complex ads;
(You can enable it in settings, ads, or use an extension of your choice).

Powerful Super Strong PRP Blocker that really works

Cryptojacking protection
The first Android browser to prevent hackers from using Mine Corruption Coin on your device

Facebook Unlock Facebook Web Messenger
Go to and chat with your friends without installing the FB app.

More goodness:
Night mode with custom contrast and gray scale layout.
100% contrast = pure AMOLED black (actually pixel off) – Recommended!
101% contrast = authentic Amoled black + white text

Address bar below address bar

Websites manage websites displayed on the homepage
Long press to move or remove tiles, click [+] to add new website.

Disable AMP (settings, privacy)

Oye block notification

Block slow and aggressive trackers to protect your privacy.

Translated into 60 languages.

Book Import / Export Bookmark

Custom download folder
Select where your downloaded files are stored.
Note: In some Android versions, when you uninstall an application, Android may also delete your download.
Remember this if you use Kiwi (if a bookmark file backup) or transfer it to another device.

Support multiple extensions


Progressive users:
If you want to open the link via an external application, you can long-press the link or change the default settings to Stability in Settings.

To add a new search engine, go to your favorite search engine and do some search and then go to settings, search engine.


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