You’re spending some free time on your fav social networking website, say Facebook or Twitter. You’re browsing through your news feed as usual and midway your feed, you see a snippet of something really cool on another website and are intrigued to click on the link. You do and you’re redirected to the website leaving your social networking feed behind. You check out the link and when you head back to your news feed, it has been refreshed and you have to begin all the way from the top. Sounds familiar?
I’m sure most of us here can relate to this when we’re social networking on your smartphones or tablets. This frustrating situation arises many times a day with most of us. Wouldn’t it be just wonderful if we could click on a link just to find it opening in the background in the browser which you can later check out after you’re done with your social networking apps? If you answered yes, you’re at the right place as today we are going to talk about the Link Bubble browser.
Use Link Bubble Browser to Open links in Background on Android
Link Bubble browser, which is now available to download for free from the Google Play Store opens any link that you click on while surfing your social networking platform in the background for you to check out later. To get started, you’ll need to download the app. The app was earlier paid but now has been made free. You can also get a refund if you paid for the app after August 4th, 2015 by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your transaction ID.
Once you download the Link Bubble browser on your Android device, all you have to do is open an app that doesn’t have a built in browser and click on an external link. You will then get an option to choose which browser you want to choose to open the link. Now if you choose any other regular browser, the browser will take the app’s place and start running in the foreground with the app being forced to run in the background.
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That’s why you need to click on the Link Bubble browser which will open the link in floating windows to maximize which you’ll have to click on the floating bubbles, exactly how you do to open a conversation on Facebook Messenger app. Not only the floating bubble option, the Link Bubble browser has a couple of other useful features too. After opening a link in the Link Browser, you can just hold on the bubble and flick it towards the bottom of the screen to close the browser.
Not only that, you can also flick it to the upper left corner of the screen to share the link to your Facebook profile.
Flick it to the upper right corner of the screen to share it to other platforms.
We hope the article helped you save time by opening links in the background while you are surfing through the feed on social networking platforms. Leave your queries in the comments below and stay tuned for more useful articles.