To install the YOLO, you need more than 80 MB free on your device. To give an idea, the Chrome occupies about 55 MB and the Dolphin, about 45 MB. These values are indicated without the extra data, that end up accumulating a few more megabytes on your mobile tablet. That is, if space is limited, you may need to choose another alternative.
This tool actually works, although leaving the visual of pages full of gaps. Taking the pictures of the sites, it loads the content much faster and spending less of your monthly franchise, a good economy for those with limited packages. Visual, however, leaves something to be desired.
He simply fails to load the images, leaving a “hole” in white in the middle of the pages. It would be interesting if he were smart about to compress all the text on a layout more for reading without extra elements or empty spaces. In addition, in tests, he was not able to block banners.
The interesting functions, but YOLO brings the impression it gives is that they are much better on paper than in execution. For example, to change the background to night mode, it does not memorize this option — to start another session, you need to do it again. This kind of detail ends up being a big disappointment, especially coming from an app that occupies almost 100 MB on your device. YOLO Browser app runs on computers and laptops with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 and Mac OS X.
Free Download: YOLO Browser for PC