What’s New in Hermit — Changelog

Understanding “App Tracking” Reports from Competing Browsers such as DuckDuckGo

DuckDuckGo makes a competing browser app that has recently started reporting on other apps’ usage of telemetry. As a direct competitor, they are hardly a neutral third-party since they have a vested interest in getting you to use their browser instead, and we recommend you treat their reports with caution.

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Facebook experience deteriorates even further in mobile browsers

In our experience, and from recent reports from users, it appears that Facebook’s UI in mobile browsers is deterioriating rapidly. Over the past several weeks, random inexplicable yet very obvious bugs have crept in.

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Hermit 19 — Sandbox available to all Premium users + WebView Crash Protection + Android S Compatibility

Android S Compatibility: Hermit is ready for Android S when it ships in the next few weeks.

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Hermit 18 — Sandboxed Lite Apps, Multiple Profiles and Containers

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Hermit 17 — Your New Default Browser

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Hermit 16 — A Full Browser + Incognito by Default

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Hermit 15 — Search & Organize your Lite Apps

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Hermit 14 — Better Native App Integration

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Hermit 13 — Unlimited Lite Apps for Free

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Hermit 12 — External Download Manager Support

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Hermit 11 — Night Mode, Reader View

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Hermit 10 — Phishing and Malware Protection

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Hermit 9 — Web Monitors & Sharing

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Hermit 8 — Reader Mode, Unlocker App

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Hermit 7 — Dark Mode, Custom Themes

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Hermit — Older Versions

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