This is no duplicate of the same titled questions from 2014: The list of recent "answers" of disgruntled users shows that this is a new problem that seems to have surfaced just recently. As the "answer" by @Greeble formulates it:
When I searched Google for the webpage you're reading right now, and clicked on it, it took me to the Google Play store and asked me to download the stackexchange app. A different search result to a problem forum resulted in me being directed to download the Tapatalk app. Interestingly, clicking "open in new tab" prevents this annoying behavior.
I have the same problem with the Dolphin browser, but it is more than just Wikipedia.
For me it is a Firefox latest version, while a stone-age Chrome browser does not have this problem.
Is there any way to see the HTML on an Android similar to the developer functionality we have in desktop browsers?
Is there a way to get rid of this nonsense again?