We’re lucky to have capable mobile browsers on Android these days, but the experience of poking around on the web is still flawed in a number of ways. You’re often stuck bouncing between two or three redirects because of apps, mobile sites, and link shorteners. Then there’s the fundamentally modal experience of only having one thing up on the screen at a time. The result is lots of wasted seconds waiting for links to actually resolve at the final destination.
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[New App] Chris Lacy’s Link Bubble Makes Browsing The Web On A Mobile Device Suck A Lot Less (Hands-On) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.