Design - 4G web browser's interface was carefully crafted so you can browse as efficiently as possible. Tabs and Bookmarks are all tucked neatly away in side drawers, only a swipe away, allowing maximum screen viewing with minimal interference from the browser's chrome. Dark Mode, Light Mode, Color Mode, Night Mode... Anyway, whatever you like, there's a mode for you.
Speed - By utilizing the WebKit rendering engine that comes built into your Android device, 4G web browser can ensure a swift, lightweight experience.
Privacy - Use Incognito Mode to browse without leaving a footprint, download Orbot and turn on TOR proxy support to mask your identify and location, use StartPage or DuckDuckGo for your search engine, or disable settings that you think leave you at risk. Whatever your concern, 4G web browser will try to help.
Features - Full-screen, check. AdBlock, check. Inverted Rendering, check. All the search engines you want, check. Search Suggestions, Bookmarks, History, User Agents, Reading Mode, whatever you need, 4G web browser does it.
Open-source - Just as Android open-source, so is 4G web browser. I believe that the best software is built when communities come together to engineer the best solution. Head over to the repository on GitHub to contribute or translate.