Samsung Internet beta is getting a new update days after version 15.0 came out. The recent release introduced an enhanced anti-tracking technology with better protection against fingerprint tracking, as well as back-forward cache support for an improved browsing experience. The latest update, however, isn’t as significant, so don’t hold your breath for new features to arrive this shortly after the release of version 22.214.171.124.
So, what’s the new release all about then? Well, Samsung Internet 15 beta version 126.96.36.199 is now rolling out to introduce bug fixes and stabilization patches. The changelog is scarce and all the changes appear to have happened under the hood. It’s a beta release, after all, and it’s supposed to address issues that may have surfaced since the launch of version 15 last week.
If you have used version 188.8.131.52 and experienced stability and performance issues over the past week or so, then give this version 184.108.40.206 a try.
Samsung Internet keeps getting better
Samsung Internet is one of the best mobile browsers around — if not the best –, but it is not perfect. Otherwise, it wouldn’t have been necessary for new updates to be released. But there are plenty of reasons why Samsung Internet made a name for itself in recent years, and the list is only getting longer.
More importantly, Samsung hasn’t stopped testing new features through its beta program, and new updates for the live version are being released at a steady pace. Speaking of which, the company has yet to make Samsung Internet 15 available outside the beta program, but its eventual release draws near with each new bug fix and patch that’s being rolled out to the beta channel.