Naked Browser Pro
Thank you for using Naked Browser Pro!
i. bookmarks import
Import bookmarks from the free version of the browser.
1) In the free version go options > Data options > Export bookmarks
2) In the pro version go options > Data options > Import bookmarks
3) You may want to delete the bookmarks.txt file from your downloads folder.
instability, privacy issues, and other problems. You can turn it off but still allow some sites that you approve to use it.
Long press it to set a rule to allow sites that you want. Once set, you can long press to toggle off/disable rules.
iii. user agent rules
A user agent is a bit of text sent by a browser so that web sites can decide which version of a web page to display. A browser could
identify itself as running on "mobile Android" or "desktop Windows" and a web server may use this information to return a
mobile-optimized or full desktop version of a web page.
Usually, you will keep the user agent set to your preference: for example "desktop". However, you may notice that some sites
work better when you request the mobile Android version. In these cases, long press the user agent button on the browser's bottom menu
and set a rule to always use the Android user agent for this site. From now on, the browser will use the user agent rule that you have
set instead of your usual preference. Long press to change or disable the rule.
iv. image rules
Images are great but they delay page load times and scrolling, and are often not needed to enjoy the web.
Turning off images not only saves major bandwidth, it can actually improve your web surfing experience.
Turn images off, or only show when on WIFI. Load pix on
demand and set rules so pix always show on some sites.
1) Do app options > Images > turn off images or only over WIFI
2) Image button displays in browser bottom menu. Press to temporarily load images for a site **
3) If you always want images to display on the current site, long press the image icon. This step can be done in place of step 2 above to load and make a rule all at once.
** On some older devices, page
reload sometimes required.
v. cookie whitelist
Cookies are bits of text used by sites to store information in browsers, like remembering that you are logged in to a site.
Most people leave cookies turned on, which is OK, but you can create a whitelist so that cookies are only kept for sites that you
1) Go options > Data options > Cookies clear on exit, and turn it on.
2) A cookie icon displays in the browser's bottom menu. Toggle it on for sites (like google.com) so that they can store cookies.
3) Use the browser's exit button to clear all cookies and leave only those you have whitelisted.
vi. block list
Web pages load data from many sources, sometimes displaying ads or malware. In newer Android versions (after Gingerbread) you can
block data. Create a text file called .nbhosts.txt in your download folder. When the browser launches, it looks for this file and
creates blocking filters. You can use the adblock format such as this file or the etc/hosts format also works.
To reload a site allowing blocked content, long press the bottom menu "reload" button.
vii. "immersive" full screen
View web pages in true full screen by hiding system buttons for < back, O home, [ ] switch on supported devices.
1) Long press bottom menu "fill screen" button and enable the immersive checkbox.
2) Swipe in from screen edge shows hidden system buttons /\ O 
3) Set gestures to show menus and navigate back so you do not have to rely on hidden buttons.
4) Increase "Number of rows on tabs" so top menu still usable when system status bar overlays.
more to come
This web page is a work in progress. For more help see this page.
Check back here in the future for more information and thanks again!