With more evidence of the sneaky and sometimes downright malicious ways companies and third parties are using our data, people are increasingly interested in how to cover their digital breadcrumb trail from those seeking to profit from it.
One way to do this is to use a secure, private web browser. While most people use Chrome, Firefox or whatever is installed on their phones, there are some companies out there offering options that are more secure than the defaults.
It should be noted that using a private browser will not offer a completely secure solution. If you are especially concerned about privacy, fitting your phone out with a custom ROM such as CyanogenMod with Privacy Guard might be a better option.
Here, we take a look at the best Android browsers for security and privacy.