No bookmarks, no use for a browser... I use a streamlined version of Chrome that uses bookmarks:
They've - that MikroPC is a Finnish PC/technology magazine - stripped or blocked the espionage/spying components of Chrome. That's nice. And the app indeed uses good ol' bookmarks so it's a thing for me. I still don't like the Chrome/Opera UI, though. Not at all. After all, I've used Opera from the beginning, paid 35 bucks for it when it was payware in the nineties, and gathered some 400-500 kb's bookmarks file. So I'm used to it & miss it. However v12 ain't secure, so only wise deed is to move on.
I'm afraid that by default that Kromi-Pocket has Finnish menus. Therefore, I don't know how to change the language. My point is, there could be same kind of operation (a stripped Chrome) going on in your country, a pocket version in a zip file that can be copied onto a usb stick, for example. Simple, effective. With bookmarks.