Browsing the web on your smartphone does not have to be frustrating. A good browser app can improve even slow and unresponsive webpages by speeding up webpages, saving your passwords, and saving you data.
Here are the fastest browsers for Android.
Google Chrome With over 1 billion downloads, Chrome is a favorite and one of the best browsers for Android users. It usually comes pre-installed on many devices. It has all the latest features necessary for a browser that includes desktop syncing, unlimited tabs, HTML5 support, news article display, built-in Google translate, faster and safer browsing experience, Google voice search, incognito mode, etc.
Mozilla Firefox Similar to the desktop version, Firefox is one of the best Android browsers which provides a remarkable browsing experience to its users. In addition to all the essential features, it has HTML5 support, firefox sync, add-ons support, and allows multiple panels. It is a secure Android browser which is available for free in the Play Store.
Phoenix Browser Rising from the ashes of other browsers, Phoenix Browser offers a super-customizable browsing experience. It is smooth and superfast. Where Phoenix Browser stands out is in the breadth of features available. There are several options that aim to reduce your mobile data usage, including the option to save whole webpages for later viewing, as well as a “no image” mode that strips out data-heavy pictures for those on a budget. Phoenix Browser can also download videos from video streaming websites — though it’s prohibited from doing so from YouTube.
Opera Mini Opera Mini is a familiar Android and iOS browser which is fast and saves you tons of data while browsing. It lets you download videos easily from social media platforms. Opera mini is free, lightweight, and accompanies all the necessary features to satisfy the users.
UC Browser UC Browser is a feature-rich mobile browser which is available on Android. Similar to the Opera mini browser it uses cloud acceleration and data compression technology.
Samsung Internet Browser Samsung’s Internet Browser is full of useful features. It supports content blockers such as AdBlock and Disconnect, as well as a high-contrast viewing mode designed for users with impaired vision. There is a built-in download manager, and you can also use the browser to sync bookmarks, saved pages, and tabs with non-Samsung devices via a corresponding Chrome extension.
Brave Browser Brave is a free, open-source web browser which came out in 2016 and accommodates a lot of features. It is a secure Android browser which is known to block website trackers, remove internet advertisements and also improve online privacy by sharing less data with advertising customers. It is designed with the motive of providing fast and secure browsing experience for users and has HTTPS everywhere.
Dolphin Browser Dolphin has received several notable awards since its release. It is developed by MoboTap and is a free browser available for Android and iOS. This application has an impressive set of features that includes syncing, HTML5 video player, Adblocker, tabbed browsing, gesture browsing, flash player support, incognito mode, etc.
Ecosia Browser Ecosia is a browser with a difference — searches made through Ecosia’s own search contribute to a pot that goes toward planting new trees. As much as 80 percent of Ecosia’s profits go toward planting new trees and it hopes to plant a billion new trees by 2020.
Kiwi Browser The Kiwi Browser is based on Chrome. It also includes an ad blocker and a Night mode feature and makes it easy to select top news pieces in different languages. It also allows you to switch the address bar from the top to the bottom of the window.
Microsoft Edge Samsung’s default browser for its Galaxy phones is a reliable internet browser that you can download and install on any non-Samsung phone through the Google Play Store. Samsung’s browser is so prevalent in part because it’s the default browser on every Samsung phone.
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