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I was fumbling around the market earlier and stumbled across Boat Browser. I hadn't heard of it, but it had pretty descent reviews, so I said wth and installed it. It is pretty good, pretty fast and the UI is neat (and customizable). I was using Opera Mobile, but I have switched to this one. Give it a try.

https://market.android.com/details?i...3Nlci5mcmVlIl0.


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I was fumbling around the market earlier and stumbled across Boat Browser. I hadn't heard of it, but it had pretty descent reviews, so I said wth and installed it. It is pretty good, pretty fast and the UI is neat (and customizable). I was using Opera Mobile, but I have switched to this one. Give it a try.

https://market.android.com/details?i...3Nlci5mcmVlIl0.
I shall give this a try! Looks promising!
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So far this a heck of a lot better than Dolphin!
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thanks, I tried it but it's not my cup of tea. I like it simplistic but still customizable- like Dolphin Mini.

On a side note, I'm just sad that Chrome (BETA for Android) is only available for ICS!
 
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I've installed Boat Browser and it's great!! Huge thanks! !

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I tested Opera, Chrome, Dolphin, Boat ... and
I chose Boat Browser. For me, it is the best!
 
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It's kinda hybrid bw opera and dolphin. I still prefer dolphin!
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