3 alternative browsers for Android device
Although Android is equipped with a wide range of applications, but Android does not seem to hinder gadget user to try a variety of applications that have not been on trial before. Of the various types of existing applications on Android, an interesting one to try is “browser” with a variety of features and facilities that are not less great with default Android browser. Although the existing browser on the Android application is also to be sufficient for the purposes of browsing the Internet, and with the features of Adobe Flash version 2.2 further indicates that the browser is can to display attractive content use of flash-based.
But if you want to try some alternative browsers to complement the existing features on Android, you can use a few browsers that you have met before. Some browsers also been applied to a wide range of mobile devices, like Smartphone and tabs. Some alternative browsers you can try include:
Mozilla Firefox for Android
After being delayed for some time, finally Firefox released the new mobile browser that is compatible with multiple operating systems, one of them is Android. One of the interesting features of Mozilla Firefox mobile version is the number of “plug-in” and “add-on” that you can use to maximize the browser, especially for use on many sites that display with flash application.
Opera Mobile (Mini)
If you’ve often used a variety of browsers for mobile purposes, I’m sure you’re familiar with the “Opera Mini”, which the browser has a lot of Java application features. For the purposes of mobile applications, particularly if used in Android OS, some existing features in Opera Mobile can be completed through the facilities of Opera Mobile Store.
Dolphin browser HD
If seen visually, this browser similar with Google Chrome. One interesting feature of this browser is the “gesture” facility, where this browser compatible to certain commands in a way to synchronize based on images that appear on the screen. With this feature it becomes more interesting web navigation.