4 Fast Browsers for Android
One of the most measured parameter when a new phone appears on the market, is the performance of its web-browser. While each Android version has released a revamped browser in each upgrade, its often the third-party apps that come up trumps. Here’s a look at 4 browsers I personally used and like and yeah, they are fast (especially for 2G).
How fitting is it? The fastest browser on desktop is also way fast on Android devices too. Chrome browser, from Google is super fast and does lead the competition by quite a distance. Its biggest plus point is loading complete desktop based sites in the same time duration, that other browsers take to load the mobile version. And yeah, it does support flash.
The only weak point I personally found is that it only supports devices having Android 4.0 onwards.
Download: Chrome Browser
The worlds most famous mobile browser is next on my list. Of course with Opera Mini, there is no need for introduction. The slick transitions and ease to select text are some of the best features supported across various devices and platforms too.
Not much to say about minuses. But if you poke me, I’m a little bored of the mono-red design. We need more!
Download: Opera Mini
Many may be suspicious of UCBrowser. Especially since it does have a lot of Chinese characters. But I do enjoy the desktop like download features it provides, especially the resume download support.
As for its cons, its updates aren’t very proper. On my device it hasn’t ever updated automatically. And when I head over to download it, it shows ‘link not found’. Strange!
Not its not what you think! Its actually a stripped down version of popular browsers (that’s why ‘naked’, get it?) It loads pretty damn fast and smooth and is very light on resources.
The designing may not be to many peoples liking, but hey, you win some, you lose some.
Download: Naked Browser
Whats your thought on this?