Follow this tutorial to download Phoenix Browser for PC. The Phoenix Browser for PC can be installed on Windows 7/8/10 or macOS. Let’s first take a look at the features of Phoenix Browser.
Your internet browser plays the most internet role while surfing the internet. A browser can either make the experience good or completely destroy it. A good browser is also important in order to put a minimum load on your phone or computer’s CPU and RAM.
For instance, using the Chrome Browser will consume maximum hardware power on both the phone and computer. To replace such a browser, you have the Phoenix Browser. It’s a free, fast, and solid web browser originally built for phones, but can be used on a computer too.
Phoenix Browser, in its original form, is a simple & plain browser. It uses a handful of plugins to take its functionality to the next level. For example, it has a WhatsApp Status Saver plugin to fetch all the WhatsApps stories. It has its own video player so that you don’t have to use an external player to play the videos. The browser has a very nice downloader and a download manager too.
Phoenix Browser also has a File Manager which maintains your downloaded files and also access the files stored on your device’s internal/external storage.
To block pop-ups, it has an ad-block feature. There is a data saver feature that keeps specific elements from a loader in order to save your internet data. For private browsing, you do get the incognito mode. Phoenix Browser further has an in-built translator. You can translate webpages and other text on the go.
A very unique feature that I personally liked in the Phoenix Browser is the no-image mode. When turned on, the no-image mode doesn’t allow any images to load on a webpage. This saves a huge amount of data that the images could possibly eat. The UI of this browser is equally good. It does have a Night Mode too.
Overall, the Phoenix Browser is one of the fastest browsers that I have personally used to date. Using it inside the emulator was a whole lot of fun. The browser does not lag and makes the webpages fly. It’s equally responsive and delivers the elements on a page within the shortest span of time. The Phoenix Browser may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but as you go through its features one-by-one, it would be much easier to master it.
The Android version of Phoenix Browser can be downloaded on Windows and macOS. That is what exactly we are going to do here. Take a look at the steps to download Phoenix Browser for PC now.
- Desktop PC/Laptop powered by Windows 7/8/10 or macOS.
- Internet Connection.
- BlueStacks Android Emulator.
- This tutorial.
Download Phoenix Browser for PC
- Launch the BlueStacks and log in using an old/new Google Account.
- Open the Play Store in BlueStacks.
- Using the search option in the Play Store, find the Phoenix Browser.
- Install the browser now.
- Open the browser and set it up.
- Start surfing the internet using Phoenix Browser for PC.
As you have no installed the Phoneix Browser for pc, keep in mind that it will work only inside the Android emulator. The effects of Phoenixx Browser for PC will not be applicable to the Windows of your PC. This is just a way to run it inside the emulator. In case you run into any problems while installing the emulator or the Phoenix Browser, feel free to reach out to us using the comment section below. We will try our best to get back to you as soon as possible.