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Link Bubble, the popular floating browser app developed by Chris Lacy, is now available for free with all its premium features in tow.
The change comes just a few weeks after the app was bought by an unnamed startup. Users can now enjoy features previously available only to those who bought the full version, such as infinite tabs and reading mode for your device as well as for Android Wear.
Earlier this month, the app received an update that brought support for drop-down elements on pages and the ability to launch your fallback browser for specific domains.
If you frequently come across URLs on other apps like Twitter and Reddit clients, Link Bubble is a great way to view them without switching to your browser each time. It loads links in floating bubbles that you can open and dismiss in a pinch.
➤ Link Bubble [Android via Android Police]
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