Indago is an enhanced browsing experience, perfectly inline with Apple's design guidelines and along with it comes a magnificent UX. Nothing has been overlooked when making this tweak, and it includes a full-featured browser and drop-down search bar. The browser is as close to a floating Safari as possible, and offers even more features. Maximize and minimize, share URLs, navigate back and forth, and perform a quick Google search from the browser, all without leaving the comfort of the app you're currently in. It works on the lock screen as well!
The browser can be opened by clicking a link in an app which will then load in the floating browser. The search bar drops down from the top of the screen, and in it you can enter a Google query or website, which will open in the browser or Safari depending on if you have it enabled. Both the browser and the search bar can be triggered via Activator as well.
The browser's web view has been developed from the ground up to be based upon iOS 8's new WebKit API, and it is 360% times faster and more efficient than the standard web view (used in Browsix and the like). It's just as fast as Safari and Chrome, so more lags or memory freezes, as this tweak can handle anything you throw at it.
The browser also features easy to use gestures that can make life a lot easier when completing tasks and browsing the web at the same time. You can swipe right and left to navigate back in forth in your history. Also, you can pinch to resize, move around, pin to a corner, and minimize the browser.
The search bar can also be pinned to the home screen, allowing for a beautiful iOS-like search bar to always be at your fingertips when you need to execute a quick Google search or find that website you were looking for.
With many options for the tweak available in Settings (such as a dark mode and the ability to close with the home button for both the browser and search bar), you can customize Indago to your liking.
I've been working on this for about a month and I know you guys will love it, enjoy!