Choosing the best browser for Android is not an easy task. All modern mobile browsers run on the same WebKit engine, so they’re basically the same. And the difficulty that a user faces when choosing the main browser is just the presence or absence of some additional features or chips. In this article we will consider the 5 most popular browsers and try to figure out what advantages each of them has. I would like to draw your attention to the fact that this top can not be considered absolute truth in the last instance, as it reflects my preferences, and my opinion may not coincide with yours, and the position of this top for each can vary in an absolutely unpredictable order.
3th place: UC Browser
In the 3rd place of our top is a browser from Chinese developers. UC Browser is not just a browser, but a powerful multifunctional web-combine. The developers have done a good job and included in UC Browser everything that a person may need on the Internet. This is a kind of Swiss knife in the world of browsers. At your disposal is a download manager, an advanced bookmark publisher, a convenient bar with frequently visited pages, topics and even night mode, and in the settings menu and the eyes scatter in different directions from the abundance of different options. In general, UC Browser offers a huge number of different functions and features. But, unfortunately, not everyone needs all these delights, and sometimes such an abundance of features can confuse an inexperienced user and make your smartphone slow down. In addition, I do not think that everyone and everyone will need all this abundance of features and chips in the mobile browser, which is most often required to open 1 – 2 links. That is why UC Browser is in the last place of our top.
2nd place: Opera Mini
What does the Opera browser actually do in this top and why did Opera mini and not the older version of Opera get the honor of being in this top? Let me try and explain. Good and fast mobile internet is not everywhere and not always. That is why I always have Opera mini at my fingertips, this browser is able to compress the traffic by passing it through its servers. It’s an indispensable feature in isolation from civilization. But here you have the right to object to me and say that the mini versions of browsers have the above mentioned UC Browser and Dolphin Browser and almost all modern browsers can compress traffic. However, not all modern browsers have the full desktop version for large computers. The fact is that I am an active user of the desktop version of Opera browser, in parallel using Opera together with Chrome, so the ability to synchronize bookmarks and passwords with the “big brother” for me is just a hit man. In addition, Opera mini itself is a very fast and convenient browser, for the phone is the best! Opera mini will definitely like all owners of not very powerful gadgets, and EDGE network users will definitely appreciate it.
1 place: Chrome
This browser is the best for many reasons! It can synchronize your bookmarks, passwords, and even your browsing history with other versions of Chrome on any platform. So you can easily start surfing on your Android device, and continue from the same place on any other device, be it a Windows, Linux or Mac PC, tablet or even iOS smartphone. That’s why I love Chrome. Please note that all bookmarks, passwords and open pages stay with you on any device, all you need to do is login to your Google Account. Also, I like the mobile version of Chrome because it can translate pages, which is a feature I use very often.
To sum up, each browser in this top is good in its own way. My choice fell on Chrome browser and in everyday work I use it most often. It is my deep conviction that a mobile browser must first of all be fast and easy. That’s exactly what the Chrome browser is.