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Online Browser – What Is It?

An online browser is a browser that runs on a remote server in the cloud, rather than locally on a user's computer. This setup allows for enhanced security and privacy, as an online browser isolates web activities from the user's local browsing activities, thereby reducing the risk of malware infections, tracking, and accidental data breaches. Additionally, online browsers can offer improved performance and accessibility, as they can be accessed from various devices without the need for specific software configurations.

Online Browser Use Cases

Online browsers have dozens of use cases that include secure web browsing, accessing region-restricted content, safe browsing on public networks, testing websites across different browsers and devices, anonymous browsing, checking malware links, verifying shortened URLs, safe exploration of unsafe websites, educational and training uses in cybersecurity, and remote access and collaboration.

Testing Websites Across Different Browsers and Devices

Web developers and testers can use online browsers to test websites and applications across different browser types and versions without having to install multiple browsers on their own devices.

Verifying Shortened URLs

Shortened links, often used in social media and email communications, can be risky as they obscure the final destination URL. Online browsers allow users to safely expand and verify these URLs without directly exposing their system to potential harm.

Safe Exploration of Unsafe Websites

When researching or accessing websites known for being insecure or hosting questionable content, an online browser can serve as a shield, preventing direct contact between these websites and the user's device.

Checking Malware Links

Online browsers provide a safe environment to check links suspected of containing malware. By opening these links in a cloud-based browser, users can protect their local devices from being infected, as the browser isolates potential threats.

Safe Browsing on Public Networks

For individuals using public Wi-Fi networks, such as in cafes or airports, online browsers provide a secure browsing experience. They prevent potential cyber threats that might arise from unsecured public networks.

Anonymous Browsing

Online browsers can offer a degree of anonymity, as they can mask the user's IP address and browsing activities from ISPs and local networks. This is particularly useful for users who prioritize privacy and wish to avoid tracking.

Accessing Region-Restricted Content

Users can utilize online browsers to access web content that may be restricted in their geographical location. Since these browsers can operate from servers located in different countries, they allow users to bypass regional content restrictions.

Remote Access and Collaboration

Teams working remotely can use online browsers for collaborative browsing sessions. This allows multiple users to view and interact with the same browser session in real-time, which is useful for collaborative research, web-based training, or joint decision-making.

Preserving Bandwidth and Resources

Online browsers are beneficial for users with limited computing resources or bandwidth. Since the processing is done on remote servers, it reduces the load on the user's device and conserves local bandwidth.

Accessibility for Older or Less Capable Devices

Users with older or less capable hardware can benefit from online browsers, as these do not require high processing power or advanced hardware capabilities, enabling access to modern web applications and services.

Online Browser via Browserling

You can instantly access an online browser via Browserling. Browserling is an online browser service that operates by providing users with access to virtualized web browsers that run on remote servers. This setup enables users to securely and anonymously browse the Internet, inspect potentially harmful links, access region-restricted content, and limit the exposure of their local devices to security risks. Browserling also serves as a valuable tool for web developers and testers, allowing them to check website compatibility across different browsers (such as Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera, Safari, and Internet Explorer) and operating systems (such as Windows, MacOS, Android, and Linux) without needing to install multiple browsers and systems locally. The service's cloud-based nature ensures that it can be accessed from various devices, making it a versatile solution for users with limited bandwidth or computing resources, as well as those using older or less capable devices.

Who Uses Browserling?

Browserling has now become the online browser platform of choice and it's used by hundreds of thousands of users around the world every month. Browserling's customers include governments, states, cities, banks, stock exchanges, universities, newspapers, Fortune 100, Fortune 500 companies, and private multi-billion dollar companies.

Happy browsing!