We have made it super easy to cancel Private Browsing Web Browser subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "SavySoda" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
Table of Contents:
A few things to note and do before cancelling:
To cancel your Private Browsing Web Browser subscription on PayPal, do the following:
*Pro-tip: Once you visit any of the links above, Use your browser "Find on page" to find "@". It immediately shows the neccessary emails.
To delete Private Browsing Web Browser from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
Finally, you can view all your websites PRIVATELY and in FULL SCREEN for FREE! This is the simple, no frills web browser you've been waiting for. • COMPLETE PRIVATE BROWSING • FULL SCREEN (13% MORE VIEWING AREA) • FASTER NO FRILLS and: FREE How it works: - History, Cookies, Cache, All completely deleted when you exit the app. No one will know where you've been. - Uses EVERY SINGLE PIXEL available to show websites in BEAUTIFUL FULL SCREEN! That's 13% more viewing area than standard Safari! Thanks to hiding of Status bars and auto hiding of all navigation controls when required. - Same back end safari browsing engine which means maximum speed, security, and reliability. Familiar Interface. In addition this app is COMPLETELY FREE and works on iPhone, iPod and iPad! so get it now and start browsing those websites in beautiful full screen without worrying about family members snooping your history! Some other features and Details: - Portrait and Landscape mode support. - Orientation Locking Support for iPad. - Similar UI to Safari. - Hidden status bar to make more space. - Overlay controls to maximise screen real-estate. - Safari based backend engine. - Lightning fast startup and shutdown. - Always starts in Google, Yahoo or Bing search homepage. - No auto suggest or auto-fill in. - Very discrete icon and presentation. - Completely FREE (and no annoying ads bar!) - Dark Mode support. - Tiny download so you can get it quickly. more apps: http://www.savysoda.com
By Auntie Erma
I've been using this browser for years on every iphone, as I progress to each new model. Using this browser in addition to The DuckDuckGo search engine gives me piece of mind that google and the NSA aren't tracking my online website visits. Safari is the standard Apple browser. However, I don't trust that my browsing isn't saved and reported. This browser is every bit as good, if not better. Additionally I can use this browser as I'm listening to an online radio broadcast on Safari. I find that this browser is fantastic for visiting alternative media sites. Additionally this browser allows the bookmarking of frequently visited websites. I'm very pleased!
Perfect for what I use it for. Me personally I don’t care who tracks my online activity but with this app I read newspapers that limit me to 5 articles then they want you to join and pay a subscription this app makes it possible to read as many articles as you want. It’s crazy all this technology at the end of the day no matter what you do your being tracked it’s just the way life is these days. 5 stars for sure this app is one for the people thanks to whoever developed it.
I never liked Safari, it just angered me. I’ve used this app since it was available on the iPhone 4, and once iPhone had setting changes, I realized how cluttered Safari was. I have never written a review on any other app, but this app is so good that I caved. I use it so much for using the internet that my brain has gone: “Internet? This button over here!” If I didn’t call people, and therefor have a use for the phone app, this would be one of the four exclusive apps on my bottom bar. This app is great and I cannot recommend it enough.
I always have to look up weird medical questions and some of them can be really embarrassing. Everyone says I’m so protective of my phone and that’s why! Anyway, now I don’t even have to worry about giving my phone to someone and them stumbling on awkward questions like: I’m not pregnant am I? Yes, I’ll have to give it a five stars because no one will suspect anything seeing it in one of my folders, because the name is just browser. THANK YOU FOR MAKING SUCH A SAFE BROWSING AREA!!
I’ve used private browsers before for local newspaper sites that require an outrageous monthly fee. I’d be happy to pay the fee if newspapers would stop biased reporting, but that’s unlikely. It takes some getting used to, as you have to start over if you click out of the app, but I haven’t run into any issues whatsoever with it otherwise. It does what Google Chrome’s private browsing cannot and for that I’m eternally grateful.
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