Want to try Browsie Browser for free? We've got 150 free copies available

When it comes to alternative browsers available for BlackBerry 10, Browsie Browser has long been fan favorite due to the sheer amount of additional features it offers. The latest release has now arrived in BlackBerry World and to help spread the word, the developer behind Browsie Browser has sent along 150 free copies to give away. Why do you want it and what are those additional features? Glad you asked!


  • No more annoying ads thanks to the built-in adblock!
  • Hides and blocks ads


  • Manage your bookmarks easily with browsie!
  • Html bookmarks support.
  • Add bookmarks to your Home Screen with icons.


  • Check your last visited pages quickly with the history page!

Speed Dial

  • Your bookmarks, on Speed Dial.
  • Image of the day


  • Browsie helps you with your searches!
  • Support for Google, Bing, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo

Search engine

  • Support for Google, Bing, Yahoo, DuckDuckGo, Yandex.ru

Multi-language support

  • Supports English, German, Dutch, French, Spanish and more to come.


  • Change your useragent, from Android and Firefox to your custom one!

Private browsing

  • No data will be saved during the session.

Backup & Restore

  • You can import and export html bookmarks.

Multiple Tabs

  • Open as many tabs as you want, i won't stop you!

Night mode

  • Make any web page darker!

PIN Security

  • Keep others from using your Browsie Browser.

Additional features

  • Gestures
  • Export bookmarks to HTML

As you can tell from that list, the options within Browsie Browser are above and beyond what the built-in BlackBerry 10 offers. Normally, Browsie Browser is $2.99 in BlackBerry World but if you're fast, you can follow the steps below to get a free copy.

  • Launch BlackBerry World
  • Swipe down from the top and tap on Redeem
  • Enter this promo code BROWSIEBROWSER150CB
  • Tap on the green FREE button to download

Once the 150 copies are gone, they're gone, so be sure to grab your copy quick and be sure to drop thanks to Daan, the developer of Browsie Browser, for the hookup!