Reviewed in Form+Function
From the indie developer who brought you Jerky Browser (now called Javelin Incognito, spoiling my quip about Slim Jims) comes Javelin Browser, a beautiful gesture-based browser. It comes loaded with ad-block, incognito mode, and reading mode, in an attempt to become the perfect browser for mobile users. So far, I'm pretty convinced.
Reviewed in A beautiful and improved Android experience
Great new web browser. It offers built in ad-blocking, a mobilizer view to display only text from websites (great for reading articles), incognito mode and for an additional fee you can use a proxy to unblock websites (e.g. circumvent local restrictions).
Reviewed in Top Security Apps
This browser is light weight, quick and no sketchy permissions. It has a premium version that routes you via a VPN server called 'spirit mode.' When going to the developers website, he explains each permission with total transparency, which is rare these days. I also recommend Javelin Incognito browser as well. As a bonus, the user interface is brilliant.
Reviewed in Enhancers and Simplifiers
A strange browser with built in adblock and VPN (first 30 days free then has a reasonable monthly fee) that you can throw around, tap on it to view the page, tap again to turn it into a bubble floating over your screen not intercepting in any way with your business down there.
Javelin is a gorgeous, mobile-first and thought-out browser. ● True multi-tasking with the ability to open web-pages on top of your favourite app (without switching apps)
● Ad-free browsing
● Reading mode
● Full-screen browsing
Javelin browser also comes with all the bells and whistles of a mature app
● Password Manager
● Sync bookmarks, recent tabs with (Desktop) Chrome