There’s always a search for the best-suited browser to meet our web experience requirements. Some would opt for a powerful browser with a lot of add-ons and on the other side there’s a need for the best-optimized data saving browser. Well, again one would also want a browser to be simply a “browser” without any fancy unnecessary features. So, there’s a bunch of things which users do look for while choosing the best browser for their device.
Here we’ll take a look at some of the best browsers for Android which you would love using on your smartphone to enhance your web experience.
An impressive browser which takes care of most of the things a user wants (i.e fast and feature-rich as well). It supports various add-ons and lets you select from a wide range of themes to decorate your web browser. You would find gesture and voice control feature baked in as well.
It’s quite fast with a rich user interface along with the classic support for flash player. There’s a possible chance for it to be called as an “All-in-One” browser.
The best browser for PC won’t be neccessarily the best browser on Android. Not for all atleast. Chrome for Android is fast, fluid and benefecial for users with metered data connection. It also supports syncing bookmarks, history and other required data across multiple devices.
However, it suffers from a lot of crashes and stutters while switching/creating new tabs (depends on the device but absolutely not suitable for low-end devices). Also, it doesn’t support add-ons. But, being the beta version, it’s almost the same, packed with a little more extra features which you won’t find in the stable version. It’s sometimes exciting to use them and sometimes annoying (that’s the reason its called beta!). So, if you’re not up for it, you can use the stable version of Google Chrome for Android.
It’s the best browser one can get to save every inch of data possible while browsing the web. The user interface can’t be appreciated much but it’s good enough.
It supports syncing online activities (bookmarks, history, passwords etc) across multiple devices. And, as we know that Opera browser is also available for PC. So, if you want your PC browsing activity to be in sync with your Android device, this should be the one for you.
If you were looking for a compact browser which takes less resources and is fast enough then CM Browser should be it. The user interface is quite appreciable and supports features like “Do Not Track”, “Fraud Protection” and others.
But some of the users feel that Cheetah Mobile products collect their information anonymously. So, if you’re one of them, you have an alternative to CM Browser, that’s APUS browser. It is compact and fast as well. Well, its data-saving technology isn’t as good as Opera browser. But, its something you can live with if you don’t like Opera’s UI.
Zero? Well, if you love private browsing, then there’s nothing you should try except this one. 525 KB – That’s the size of this app. Even if you’re still on the 2nd Generation (2G) Internet network, you can still download it with ease.
There’s no option present within the application except the navigate-buttons and an option to direct you to download the complete Dolphin browser. Well, you don’t need to delete the history, cookies, form data regularly because it won’t even save it for a while. Let’s hope that the developers make it even more interesting in the near future.
Familiar with the chat heads on Facebook messenger? Well, it’s the same thing. You can click on any link and let the website load in the background. The bubble will let you know when its done loading. It saves time and also enables multi-tasking at the same time, like for instance, you are talking to your dear girfriend/boyfriend and also want to refer a website for some lovely greeting messages. So with this, you can do that at the same time without switching to another app or browser.