As a follow-up to What’s the best Android web browser? I posted last month, I think I have discovered the hands-down best web browser for Android, at least for the way I browse the web on my MyTouch 3G phone. I am not going to post screenshots for it, because I am too lazy to… Continue reading xScope web browser for Android
Update (16 April 2010): The best web browser is xScope. Read more at xScope web browser for Android IntroductionBrowser Coco Dolphin Opera Mini Steel Final Verdict Introduction I’ve heard from some Nexus users that they’re perfectly fine with the default Android web browser (called plainly Browser) because 1) their phones are so fast anyway they… Continue reading What’s the best Android web browser?
The other day I was talking with a Windows-using friend. She’s using an old laptop of ours, as her newer laptop is having various hardware and software issues. I noticed she was using Chrome, and I asked her how she liked it. She liked it for the most part, except she didn’t like how Google… Continue reading Bookmark Organization in Browsers
When Google Chrome hit the scene a little while ago, I was excited. Scott McCloud’s online comic book (although confusing at times) was a good sell on Chrome’s features, and I particularly liked the way it handles each tab as a separate process. Immediately, on my computer at work, I installed Chrome and started using… Continue reading Already switching back to Firefox from Google Chrome