APUS Browser Turbo is a simple lightweight tabbed web browser for Google Android. APUS Browser Turbo is made by the same app developer which makes the very popular 3rd-party APUS Google Android Homescreen launcher which is fast, lightweight, and easy to use. APUS Turbo also has a lot of nice features like Turbo data savings, private incognito browsing mode, offline website reader/saving tool,speed dial homepage bookmarks, and a tablet layout. APUS runs fast, and rarely crashes in my experience when I use it on my Google Android Nvidia Shield K1 tablet and Nexus 7 2012 tablet which are connected to my home’s WiFi internet connection.
APUS Browser Turbo will run fast even on slower 2G mobile data connections, uses less storage, and RAM resources according to its description on Google Play and APUS’s website. APUS plays online video from YouTube smoothly in my experience. Scrolling up and down websites is fast and smooth on APUS Turbo.
APUS has a Turbo Data saving feature which helps user saves data/bandwidth on their data plan or wi-fi internet, and make websites load faster by compressing the size of images to a smaller file size by lowering the picture quality. I think the Turbo Data saving feature is one of the main reasons to switch to APUS Turbo as your main web browser for visiting websites. I sometimes save over 30% and hundreds of MBs of my Bandwidth by setting the image quality to low in the Turbo settings section of APUS Turbo web browser. The image quality still looks good even at the lowest quality settings in Turbo Data saving mode. When I visit a lot of websites like social networks, Image sharing websites, and News sites with lots of big pictures with APUS Turbo, I sometimes save many MBs of data/bandwidth after browsing the web for a few hours.
Users can also disable images in APUS Turbo to save more bandwidth by not downloading images when browsing websites with APUS.
There are downloading settings for downloading files from websites, and auto-updating APUS only when connected to Wi-Fi to save Data by using Wifi,
There is also a pre-loading feature similar to Desktop web browsers which preload websites into your storage drive to make them load faster. Users can turn off preloading in the settings to save bandwidth and system resources.
APUS Turbo has a Saved Pages feature which lets users save page for offline reading when they are not connected to the internet. Saved Pages does not need a separate offline reader app because the Saved Pages Feature is built-into APUS Turbo. [click to continue…]