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    your favorite browser

    Vote!!! Whats your favorite browser

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    I used the dolphin browser for a couple of weeks and absolutely loved it. I have been reading good things about skyfire also so i decided to uninstall dolphin and give skyfire a try. After about a week I'm still leaning towards dolphin. Dolphin is a little faster and a little easier to use. I like simple things and Dolphin has a more cut and dry feel to it. I had Opera installed for a couple of days and did not like it at all, even though it seemed to be faster than the other two. The big advantage with Dolphin is the ease of making it your default browser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nexus1inAZ View Post
    I used the dolphin browser for a couple of weeks and absolutely loved it. I have been reading good things about skyfire also so i decided to uninstall dolphin and give skyfire a try. After about a week I'm still leaning towards dolphin. Dolphin is a little faster and a little easier to use. I like simple things and Dolphin has a more cut and dry feel to it. I had Opera installed for a couple of days and did not like it at all, even though it seemed to be faster than the other two. The big advantage with Dolphin is the ease of making it your default browser.
    I endorse this post. Dolphin all the way. Are you aware there is now a dolphin HD browser in the market? A lot different but still cool. I think its a bit more system heavy though compared to regular dolhpin, but certainly just as easy to make default as regular dolphin.

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    mmmmm HD dolphin, might have to give that a try
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    Skyfire all the way.

    Not only can I view flash, but the browser is really good with all of its features. My other favorite part is making be a 'desktop' browser, so I can access the full feature of some sites and not be stuck on the mobile versions (video, banking, etc)! Change it back to an Android browser when i want to view the sites easier or in mobile format
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    Stock all the way!
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    The stock browser serves me well.

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    Stock Browser. Never tried skyfire and dolphin but opera is still to slow, waiting for their update.

    Btw you missed fennec in your poll :P

    Edit // I'm actually trying Dolphin Browser HD which just came to the market.
    Edit // Okay I hate it.
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    I always avoid obscure browsers because I know websites don't cater to them very well. Names like skyfire and dolphin don't suggest wide compatibility or any kind of future once firefox gets going properly. I've had such a bad experience with Opera on mobile devices I won't go near it. It's stock browser for me until firefox is properly released and then I'll give it a try. Even though it's my default windows browser, it has to earn its place on my phone because it's not going to bear much resemblance to it's windows counterpart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rioja View Post
    The stock browser serves me well.
    +2 on that one

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