Are you tired of your browsing even though you have a good Wifi connection? We’ve all been there. Puffin Browser for mobile was designed to address this very issue.
As a browser, it relies on cloud instances that make it faster than even some of the mainstream browsers. More importantly, it also has built-in security. With cyber-attacks and hacking becoming increasingly common, a secure browser has become a necessity.
Overview of Puffin Browser
So what exactly is Puffin Browser? Well, it’s a mobile browser app designed by a technology company named CloudMosa. On mobile, there’s a free version, and then there’s a paid version. It doesn’t cost a lot and packs in more features than the free version.
It was released in 2010. The highlight of this browser is that it uses encrypted cloud servers that are virtually impossible to hack. As a result, the data transfer via this browser is very secure.
Again, these speeds are achieved mainly because of the cloud infrastructure. The benefit, however, is that users can save up on bandwidth. This is very useful for people who may be using limited data packages, so they can save up on data when browsing the internet.
The main difference between the free version and paid version is advertisements. The former runs ads and doesn’t feature the ad-blocker tool. With the paid version, you can block ads on any website seamlessly.
It runs on Chromium’s Blink engine. However, it doesn’t have support for any Chrome extensions.
- Robust security thanks to cloud servers
- Faster loading speeds
- Lower data and bandwidth consumption
- Great mobile version
- Download files directly to the cloud
- Not so user-friendly desktop version
- Paid subscription
- Doesn’t sync between devices
How to Use Puffin Browser?
Puffin Browser is available for both desktop and mobile platforms. It’s compatible with Windows 7, Windows 10, macOS X 10.12, and later. On mobile, it’s compatible with both Android and iOS. You can download the app from the respective app stores (Play Store and App Store).
The interface is pretty user-friendly, although there are variations between the desktop version and the mobile version. You can set Google, Bing, Yandex, or NAVER as the default search engine.
In the mobile version, you can also use a built-in gamepad and map the controls. This allows you to play games within the browser. It also has a theater mode that plays on top of the web video players that are often not quality.
You can also use the mobile app as a desktop version, so websites display in their desktop view.
How to Use Mobile Version of Puffin Browser on PC?
Since the desktop version of Puffin Browser has clear limitations, one way to enjoy the better-designed mobile version is to access it via an Android emulator. You can download the app to PC with MEmu Play.
First, download and install MEmuPlay from the official website. Then download Puffin Browser for PC, the APK file, not the actual desktop app. You can also do that from the Play Store within the emulator.
Now, you can start using the mobile app of the browser on your PC.
Puffin Browser is definitely faster and more secure. However, it also has its drawbacks. If you want to use it for free and get the best out of it, use the mobile app on PC with the help of an emulator.
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