I was surpised that someone made a browser called Happy Browser. I was so interested in the fact that someone used it, I had to look it up.
Here is what Igoodsoft (that’s really their name too) has to say about Happy Browser.
Happy Browser is a multifunctional web browser with integrated many utilities. Find anonymous, free or fastest proxy, check of proxy status, response time, country, proxy type (Transparent, Anonymous or High anonymity), import and export proxy, download proxy lists from web, IP to country, surf the web anonymously, block AD, execute script, network tools(Ping, Traceroute, Finger, Whois), external tools . Protect your privacy while staying online.
So it’s a proxy browser. Pretty clever actually. People like to use that kind of thing when reading blogs at work, I believe. And also, of course, to protect their identity. But would you pay for a browser? I can get firefox, chrome, safari and opera for free. I get Internet Explorer bundled with Windows (which is like paying).
CNet has a single rating on it, but if CNet says it clean, there’s a good chance that it is.
It’s still interesting to see it in Google Analytics as a known browser.