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Flyperlink Is A Link Bubble Alternative With A Twist

February 3, 2016 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

The beauty of having so many quality apps available through the Google Play Store is that there’s something for everyone. There are so many apps available in there that pretty much ever Android user can find something that suits them, no matter if we’re talking about kids, adults or older people who need huge icons and letter, for example. I, personally, simply love stumbling upon applications which will improve my productivity while I use my phone, which is also why I love Android, it allows for so much customization, and you can basically adapt it to your needs, unlike other platforms.

That being said, I love pop-up browsers, and there are a couple of really good ones available out in the market. The first one I stumbled upon was Link Bubble which was released quite a while ago, and was followed by Flynx. Well, a new option has been launched to the Play Store not long ago, an app named ‘Flyperlink’. This app is quite functional despite the fact it hasn’t been around for long, and it also offers quite a bit of customization options on the inside. This app offers similar functionality to Link Bubble and Flynx, while it adds more option on top of that. The app is well designed, and not only does it open link as Chat Head-like bubbles, but you can also open them as floating windows. The app can be functional on top of a lockscreen as well, and there are a number of smaller options built-in here as well.

This application is free to use, but keep in mind that the ‘Plus’ version is also available, and many customizability options are limited to the ‘Plus’ version, while Link Bubble and Flynx are completely free at the moment. This app is definitely worth trying out, it offers quite a few features on the inside, and a great design as well. The ‘Contextual Theming’ basically means that it will adapt to the color of the site you have opened up, which is something we’ve seen in a number of applications thus far, but it’s always nice to have. You’ll find quite a few official screenshots in the gallery down below, and in case you’d like to try out this app, click on the Google Play banner below this article.

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