What Internet Browser is your favorite for android?

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combat goofwing

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I use dolphin,but one hate is if you click a YouTube link,or Twitter etc ,in the stock htc browser I get the option to open link in the app,but in dolphin it just opens it in another web page

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wojt51

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Stock LG browser - it's got streaming player, good HTML5, working flash and it's well optimized (crashes are less often than on other browsers)

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JELLYWAX

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Dolphin HD for sure. I've tried many others, I really like the integration of Chrome for phone from PC but the browser is just meh compared to Dolphins in my experience.
 

starlightfox

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Chrome for me. Although there are a few quirks that annoy me, it has always been a trusty browser that works on the majority of pages I come across. I have to say though, I was recommended Habit Browser a few days ago and I am beginning to really enjoy what it has to offer.
 

aminaked

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[PRIVACY] WARNING: Dolphin's collection of your browsing history

Dolphin is the original crap browser. Now they encrypt data before phoning it home so there is no way to know what information they are collecting.

Boat / Next Browser / Maxthon / One Browser / and others are doing the same type of thing. Spying is not only an invasion of privacy, it wastes battery power/bandwidth/CPU cycles.
 

evil_arri

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[PRIVACY] WARNING: Dolphin's collection of your browsing history

Dolphin is the original crap browser. Now they encrypt data before phoning it home so there is no way to know what information they are collecting.

Boat / Next Browser / Maxthon / One Browser / and others are doing the same type of thing. Spying is not only an invasion of privacy, it wastes battery power/bandwidth/CPU cycles.

Wow, that's really disturbing... any browser suggestions? :confused:
 

Kenobz

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This is a hard one.

Its a tossup because everyone acts as if perfect is nowhere near possible the closest is probably Opera Classic due to Opera:Config (thank button if you didn't know :p)

Last not least??? Both Boats followed by Naked Browser because of the Foobar simplicity.
 
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