Samsung Internet is one of the most popular Chromium-based web browsers on Android. It packs in a bunch of additional features that aren’t available on Google Chrome, and Samsung keeps adding new features to the browser ever so often. Early last month, the browser received a major update on the beta channel, which introduced a Chrome-like tab grid layout to the browser. Now, version 184.108.40.206 of the browser has started rolling out on the stable channel, and it brings a ton of improvements.
According to a recent report from Sammobile, Samsung Internet v220.127.116.11 is rolling out to users via the Google Play Store and Samsung’s Galaxy Store. It includes optimizations for dark mode UI elements to improve visibility and enhancements for the browser’s ability to display and navigate desktop pages. The update addresses a pop-up zoom error that prevented seamless zooming on desktop pages in previous versions, which will allow users to zoom on the desktop versions of websites without any issues.
The latest update for Samsung Internet also brings improvements for the browser’s pinch-to-zoom functionality and a few video assistant-specific enhancements. With the update, Samsung has also addressed a bug that produced generic errors and app crashes when switching from picture-in-picture video playback to a full-screen player. Geolocation accuracy on the browser has also received improvements in the update. Along with all these improvements, version 18.104.22.168 of the browser includes a range of smaller bug fixes and performance optimizations.
As mentioned earlier, Samsung Internet v22.214.171.124 has already started rolling out to users via the Google Play Store and the Samsung Galaxy Store. The update is being rolled out in phases and should reach all users in the coming days. You can check if you’ve received the update on your device by following the Play Store link below. In case you don’t wish to wait for the update, you can download the signed APK by following this link.