**Install at your own risk.** If the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has one flaw, it is that the stock browser is by far one of the least useful browsers on the Android platform, while the Galaxy Note 2, had probably the best browser on the any Android device. With such a large disparity, people who upgrade from the Galaxy Note 2 to the Galaxy Note 3 will have issues with it. However, it looks like there is an app that you can get in the Google Play store that is simply a port of the AOSP (Android Open Source Project) Browser which the Galaxy Note 2 is based on. It is not identical however. The Note 2 browser is obviously modified by Samsung for which I still prefer, but 98% of the browser is still there. And it works great on the Note 3.

With browsers especially, you must practice caution. You may have not thought about it, but there are many browser makers out there who may not have the best intentions, and there is a lot of opportunities to collect you credentials any time you log into a site on a browser. And this Android Browser is from an unknown developer as far as developers who have been in the business of publishing internet browsers for Android. So practice caution.

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