So you need a good Internet browser to use on your Android phone? In this article I will show you the top 5 apps that you can use to browse the web on a Android Phone.
Since the days when the beta was first released, Firefox has improved immensely. It is still completely free for both mobile and desktop. The mobile version supports Firefox Sync which allows you to sync all your passwords and bookmarks. A notable feature about Firefox for Android is that is supports Do Not Track which is great for privacy lovers. It also starts you out on the Awesome Page that can display all your recently visited webpages, to help you get back to working on whatever you need to get done.
You knew this was going to be on the list! If you are running Android 4.0 you can run Chrome for Android. We consider this browser a must have since it supports Incognito browsing. It also supports syncing your bookmarks, and it even supports search syncing and tab syncing with its latest update. It is optimized for the mobile experience making it fast as always.
This is one of our favorite web browsers for the Android phone because it has unparalleled options and tools. These tools, and plug-ins can be used to increase the amount of features. The operating system is built in with speech to text because of Dolphin Sonar. There are also two different versions of the browser. There is an HD version that is built for powerful phones which are able handle all of its cool features. The mini version is geared toward users who favor speed over cool features.
Back when Android devices were just being released, maybe the first Internet browser app released was called Miren. This was a rich browser with many features, but vanishes, and not many know why. If you enjoyed this browser, we recommend the Boat Browser since it is very similar. It is quick, lightweight, and 100% free to download. It is very intuitive and also supports voice control. You can also change the theme of the user interface if you want.
If you have used Opera on your desktop computer, and you enjoy it, Opera Mobile will probably be perfect for you. The mobile version of the browser allows you to use Opera Link which can sync all of your bookmarks and other preferences with your phone, if you already have preferences saved on your desktop. The browser overall is quick and free. It also compresses data behind the scenes so it will lessen the amount of data you use, so you don’t run up your data allowances. Opera also has a mini app store that allows third party add ons.