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Download size

8 MB

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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8

App requires

  • phone identity
  • owner identity
  • location services
  • music library
  • photos library
  • media playback
  • microphone
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • Proximity
  • push notification service
  • movement and directional sensor
  • speech
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Supported languages (23)

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#1 Browser for Windows Phone 8.1

Surfy is the most intuitive, feature rich and fantastically simple web browser in the WP store.

"...Better than ether UC browser or Maxthon." (user review)

✔ Desktop like tabs
✔ Mobile optimization, which can reduce data usage down to as little as 20%
✔ Passcode protection. Protect your browsing from prying eyes by locking Surfy with a passcode
✔ Shake to refresh
✔ Voice Search (WP 8.1)
✔ Save and Share downloaded files (WP 8.1)
✔ Export downloaded files to SD Card
✔ Export any file to Media Library
✔ Download YouTube videos
✔ Private browsing
✔ Themable Panoramic hub with customizable background image
✔ Share links via NFC
✔ Save Passwords and Logins
✔ Desktop mode
✔ Download manager with foreground and background downloads
✔ Multiple search providers:
✔ Searchable history
✔ Clear cookies and cache with history.
✔ Private browsing at start-up
✔ Set desktop or reading mode for individual tabs
✔ Share pages via Email SMS, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, & NFC
✔ Voice commands launch favorites and well known pages
✔ Night dimmer
✔ Listen to pages with Surfy's amazing multilingual text to speech engine
✔ Save images & open links via context menu
✔ Find on Page
✔ Customize tabs and application bar colors
✔ Pin pages to the Launch Pad
And much much more...

Surfy now supports voice search, which allows you to search using Cortana! Simply hold the hardware search button and say "Surfy, search for winter olympics." and Surfy will search using your preferred search provider: Google, Bing, or DuckDuckGo!

"It might just be that Windows Phone web browser you've been looking for." -

"Looking for a cool new app to check out on your Windows Phone 8 device? How about a new web browser?" -

"'s some of Surfy's unique and interesting features that really make the difference." -

Do not compromise your mobile browsing experience. Surfy has tabs just like on the desktop. Reduce data usage down to as little as 20%. Enjoy full screen reading, enable private browsing, save images, download and open files and videos, and listen to pages while Surfy reads them to you!
The application bar is now automatically minimized when scrolling down a page. This feature may be switched off in the Options screen, within the Advanced section.
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  • by Jaroslav 3/2/2015
    Best browser for WP.
  • by adrian 3/1/2015
    Desktop mode renders at device width
  • by Douglas 3/1/2015
    Awesome app,!!! Nice and easy to use!!!! Very nice work.
  • by arun 3/1/2015
    Simply awesome 🙆
  • by Dhanraj 3/1/2015
  • by behroz 3/1/2015
    Crash in windows 10
  • by David 3/1/2015
  • by Andy 3/1/2015
    最近更新完之後有事沒事就跳亂碼的FB廣告出來煩,無言, очень плохо !
  • by Matt 3/1/2015
    Simply the best browser for windows phone. No app crashes, handles both mobile and desktop versions of sites well, and fast. Thank you!
  • by Muhammad Ahmad 3/1/2015
    I like the interface and the overall design. It's fresh and intuitive. But two things stop surfy from replacing is the stock internet explorer. I can't open more than three tabs and swapping them is a bit clumsy. This may have been workable but the the thing that is the deal breaker is the laggy page scrolling. It lags when I scroll a page, even google. Until that gets addressed, I am afraid I'll stick with IE.