Amazon now has an Android web browser application designed to use minimal data and storage. It's called … Internet. The application has been installed without registration in the Google Play app store since March. Amazon has not publicly announced its launch, which was reported by TechCrunch. Currently, it is only available for users located in India and runs on devices with Android 5.0 and later.
The application offers a web browser that supports private tabs that do not save the browser history and has a main page that shows cricket news and more general headlines for its users.
The Internet is reminiscent of Facebook Lite, YouTube Go or Gmail Go, all the applications that companies launched as thinner versions of the original mobile versions. They offer the same basic functions as full applications, but they generally take up less space and are optimized for irregular network connections. As the technological giants of EE. UU They are expanding and observing a growing adoption by users in developed countries, also looking for opportunities to reach emerging markets that may not yet have access to high-speed Internet. We have communicated with Amazon to obtain more information.