Google Chrome is just the most popular web browser based on Chromium, but not the only one. The Chromium platform allowed many browsers to be developed and launched on the market, each with its own benefits and downsides. Though undeniably the most famous Google Chrome is not perfect and trying other Chromium-based browsers may actually prove that.
Cent Browser is a Chromium-based web browser that comes with a cool set of features which include extensive support for mouse gestures or a “super drag” function that lets you quickly open all kinds of stuff.
Its automatic memory optimization function will ensure that the browser runs smoothly in almost all circumstances. Cent Browser also adds handy tab-related options, such as customization possibilities and a scrollable tab bar. The features that are common to almost any respectable Chromium-based browser, such as the incognito mode, are also available.
To cut the long story short, Cent Browser offers pretty much the same features that Google Chrome offers, plus a couple of new, handy ones, and removes the privacy issues of its more famous brother.
- Supports mouse gestures.
- Tab customization options.
- Memory optimization.
- Includes a QR code generator
- During my testing the page loading speed was rather slow