Bubble Link, the web browser becomes floating bubbles completely free

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    Link Bubble

    Whenever we open a web link we have to wait several seconds until the web page is loaded, so we lose time we can spend it on something else, and it was born about 18 months ago the Link Bubble created by Chris Lacy (Action Launcher) and recognized as one of the best applications of Google Play in 2014.

    Link Bubble it is an application that opens our backlinks through their browser based on floating bubbles from today’s completely free because of change of ownership. Chris Lacy sold in early August this application together to [TapPath] (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.digitalashes.tappath.playstore) property to startup Brian Bondy, Mozilla ex-worker.

    Now users Link Bubble will enjoy all of its features for free, so now can open an infinite number of bubbles (tabs), using the theme based on the color of the web pages, use the reading mode and enjoy the support android wear

    Link Bubble Android

    The new owner of Link Bubble has agreed to return the money to users who bought the paid version as of August 4, the date from which you purchased the product. For this users have to send an email to support@linkbubble.com with the transaction ID Google Play. They only accept returns sent until next month.

    More information | Brian Bondy
    In Engadget Android | The best web browsers for Android

    The news Link Bubble, the web browser becomes floating bubbles completely free was originally published in Engadget Android by Cosmos .

    Engadget Android

    Bubble Link, the web browser becomes floating bubbles completely free
    Source: www.xatacandroid.com  
    August 26, 2015

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