Samsung continues to update the beta version of its own web browser with new features every couple of months. It was only three months ago that the Samsung Internet beta was updated with One UI design changes. The one that’s available today isn’t as significant but does bring a couple of minor new features.
There’s a new notification manager for Samsung Internet beta in addition to the ability to rename shortcuts placed on the home screen. Samsung Internet Beta v9.4 is now available for download.
New Samsung Internet beta gets minor improvements
With this latest version, it’s possible for users to rename the pages that they add to their home screen for easy, one-tap access. When a shortcut was previously added via the Add to home screen option, it would have the title of that particular webpage. That’s no longer the case with the latest version of Samsung Internet beta. Users will now be able to rename the shortcuts before they’re placed on the home screen.
There’s also a new notification manager in the Sites and downloads section of Samsung Internet. It will let users follow up on any notifications that were sent out by the app even if the user mindlessly dismissed them from the notification shade earlier. It’s a simple idea which makes it very easy for the user to check all of the notifications from the app whenever they want. Last but not the least, there’s a new tab manager for tablets as well.
Samsung Internet beta version 9.4.00.15 is available from the Google Play Store. You can download it from our APK page as well.