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Recommendation for an android browser please!!

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Default Recommendation for an android browser please!!

Hello,
I am looking for a browser for android that Supports flash and provides full screen mode (that hides everything including status bar to prevent burn-in).

I am currently using UC browser which meets those requirements but for some reason it won't load photos in LTE connection. So I want to find an alternative.

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Internet Explorer lol
 
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chrome
 
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I'm still using the good old "AOSP" browser but I heard good things about Boat Browser.

I'm not a fan of Chrome Android though... Don't know why, I don't like the look, how it works.
 
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dolphin has a nice bookmark feature
 
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I recommend Dolphin Browser too, it's fast and it supports fluent flash and video playing. Chrome is a good choice if you like add-ons.
 
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Here's an existing thread to help you get some more recommendations:

What Internet Browser is your favorite for android?


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