There are many alternative browsers to choose from in the Android Market, but Skyfire has remained one of the most popular choices (over two million users) for its ability to view movies on phones that don’t support Flash Player. I expect a lot more people will download it today, thanks to the new social features ... Read More »
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Today Mozilla announced the new Firefox 4 Beta for mobile devices which is now available to download for Android. Based on our site analytics, Google’s Chrome browser is the top choice for our readers, but Firefox comes in at a close 2nd so I’m sure many will want to check this out.
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With an open ecosystem and unrestricted market, consumers always benefit by having the option to choose which product they want to use. One of the best examples of this is the number of web browsers available to consumers on the Android Market. Yes, many of them have unique features that give each of them a ... Read More »
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Mozilla’s mobile version of Firefox is now available in Alpha release for those of you with devices running Android 2.0 and above. Codenamed Fennec, it is the first mobile browser to offer add-ons and is built on the same technology that powers the desktop version of Firefox.
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Back in March, Opera released a beta version of their Opera Mini browser for the Android platform. I like several thousand other Android users, was very eager to try Opera out to see how it stacked up against the stock browser and other browser alternatives. Though webpages seemed to load very quickly in Opera ... Read More »
Good news for you Android 2.0+ users. A new version of the popular Dolphin Browser, named Dolphin Browser HD, has just been released on the Android Market. Dolphin HD boasts some pretty awesome enhancements including multiple tab viewing, full multi-touch gestures, a thumbnail “flick” menu, gesture based search and URLs, YouTube downloader, and browser extensions.
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Until now, the only engineers working on Fennec were platform developers whose job was to get the back-end code running. The ... Read More »
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