Best and Fast Android Browsers this 2016 | WIKIBAN

11 April 2016

Best and Fast Android Browsers this 2016


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Hi Android Users, hope you are enjoying your smartphone more especially in terms of browsing, downloading and or streaming with it, but we don't know which browser you are using to get your job done fast. there many different categories of android browsers available in playstore but we will take a look at the top ten most used browsers and there advantages over another.

I believe after taking a look at the underlisted browsers, you will definately change your mind and grab the best downloader suitable for your need.
Before we take a look at he top ten list of best Android browsers you might also want to read:  
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1). Google Chrome

Of course we give the obligatory nod to the most popular browser on Android and that’s Chrome browser. It offers direct syncing with your desktop version by logging into Google along with a competent browsing experience. It has some swipe navigation, an unlimited number of browser tabs, and it is a very solid and stable experience. Also, if you’re going for the all Google experience, this is the browser you want.
Download it HERE

2). Opera Browser

We’ve reviewed Opera Browser a bunch of times and that’s because it’s a really nice browser. It has all the features you’d expect in a browser with a relatively quick browsing experience. There are there is and add-ons as well as the Speed Dial and Discover features to help give you a more entertaining browsing experience. It’s definitely worth a shot.
Download it HERE

3). Firefox

It's fast, it's free, it fully supports Firefox Sync, so if you use Firefox on the desktop, it'll bring in your bookmarks and passwords. It's the first mobile browser to truly support Do Not Track, its tabs helps you get right back to what you were doing if you had to put your phone down. It supports add-ons and Personas, although there aren't too many of them yet. A few more options, and Firefox would be a good contender for our favorite, but it's clearly already one of yours, and for good reason.
Download it HERE

4). Baidu Browser

First up is Baidu browser. In terms of looks it looks like what you’d except out of a browser. You can have windowed tabs or actual tabs at the top if you prefer. There is also a night mode, swipe navigation, a decent list of tools and actions to perform, and even a floating icon that lets you open the browser from anywhere. It performed as well as you can expect from a browser and it has a strong feature set that can compete with others.
Download it HERE

5). Dolphin Browser for Android

Dolphin is one of the only browsers with its own theme engine. You can customize your browsing experience however you choose, and the entire experience is free. If you need desktop sync but aren't a fan of the big names offering the service, Dolphin is absolutely worth a look.
Download it HERE

The folks behind Dolphin browser started out on mobile devices, and as a result their sync features extend to all of the popular desktop browsing experiences. dolphin has also grown up right alongside Android, It has a custom voice search and browse feature, gesture controls to access sites you frequently visit, and a third party add-on service with plenty of extra options.

6). Boat Browser/Mini

Back in the early days of Android, one of the first browsers to challenge the stock browser was a now-vanished app called Miren. Miren was a great and feature-rich browser, but for reasons unknown, it's tough to find these days. If you liked Miren, Boat Browser is its spiritual successor. Fast, lightweight, and completely free, Boat is intuitive, supports add-ons, and has a powerful voice control engine (so you can say "Facebook" and the browser will bring up Facebook for you). You can even skin and theme the UI if you like, customize the speed dial start page with your favorite sites, and more. If your phone can't handle the full version—or you just want a lighter app (which is hard to believe), Boat Mini is there for you.
Download it HERE

7). Next Browser

As with most of these browsers, Next Browser focuses on speed. Unlike many of these browsers, it does this quite well. It also boasts a small footprint so it’s ideal for older devices who want better browsing without the more bloated options. There are add on options if you need them but overall this is a very nice browser.
Download it HERE

7). UC Browser

 This browser has fairly impressive performance and, based on the sites it recommends when you open it, is targeted to people not in the United States which is actually quite refreshing. It includes some features like speed mode which helps you browse even faster and auto pager which loads multiple pages at once so multi-page articles are easier to read.
Download it HERE

8). Maxthon Browser

Maxthon Browser used to carry a little flack because it has been included as bundled software on devices before but we assure you, it isn’t bloatware. Maxthon has a lot of features and most of them are behind the scenes, leaving you with just the web browsing. There are add-ons supported and it is a solid browsing experience.
Download it HERE

10). Link Bubble Browser

It doesn't matter how fast your mobile web browser is or how great your mobile data connection is, there's always going to be some delay between pressing a link and getting the content you want. You tap the link, and are whisked away to another app to wait while the page loads. Chris Lacy had another thought for how a web browser should behave, and he called it Link Bubble.
Download it HERE

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