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    So I bought a new windows phone and found out that there was no real alternate browser which allowed total privacy.

    So I decided to build my own: Private Browser | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)

    It's very simple to use and different from the others it shows you that it's the private browser and you can quickly close it by tapping on the "Title bar"


    Suggestions are welcome....
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    Ian Bugeja;1881753]So I bought a new windows phone and found out that there was no real alternate browser which allowed total privacy.

    So I decided to build my own: Private Browser | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)

    It's very simple to use and different from the others it shows you that it's the private browser and you can quickly close it by tapping on the "Title bar"


    Suggestions are welcome....
    There was no alternate browser so I decided to build my own.. lol... I love that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Bugeja View Post
    So I bought a new windows phone and found out that there was no real alternate browser which allowed total privacy.

    So I decided to build my own: Private Browser | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)

    It's very simple to use and different from the others it shows you that it's the private browser and you can quickly close it by tapping on the "Title bar"


    Suggestions are welcome....
    ^^^^^^^
    married guy that likes the pr0n
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    There's only two reasons for building an inprivate browser:

    1. The first is a gift for a love one without them knowing

    2. The second I will not mention
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    You all got this totally wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Bugeja View Post
    So I bought a new windows phone and found out that there was no real alternate browser which allowed total privacy.

    So I decided to build my own: Private Browser | Windows Phone Apps+Games Store (United States)

    It's very simple to use and different from the others it shows you that it's the private browser and you can quickly close it by tapping on the "Title bar"


    Suggestions are welcome....
    Ian, regardless of your motivations (you PERV!!!), I have to say I love your attitude towards the phone. Not there? I'll build my own!
    If only more devs thought like this.

    Thank you!
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    I love the "i will build my own attitude " app downloaded.
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    i'm no developer, so this makes me wonder, if you can make a browser, why can't firefox?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeaverJuicer View Post
    Ian, regardless of your motivations (you PERV!!!), I have to say I love your attitude towards the phone. Not there? I'll build my own!
    If only more devs thought like this.

    Thank you!
    that's how I lived with my Zune!

    Great app though! I also am very surprised Microsoft left that out of WP8 but certainly glad you didn't! Nice work!
    Phones: Nokia Lumia Icon, Nokia Lumia 928, HTC Windows Phone 8x, HTC Trophy
    PMP: Zune HD 32, Zune 80, Zune 4, Zune 30
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    UC Browser has incognito mode.

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