The stock Android browser isn’t bad, but it could definitely be better. It’s lacking in features that some alternative web browsers for Android could make up for. Here are some of the best alternative options when it comes to browsers for your Android phone:
One of the best things about the Firefox browser for Android is that it supports mobile versions of popular desktop extension and add-ons. You can also synch up your bookmarks and tabs from a desktop version of Firefox, though this take a while to set up. One other good thing about Firefox is the general user interface, which is very sleek and usable, and which maximizes vertical space on your phone’s screen. Also, the tab interface is nice, and multitouch zooming works well. The biggest problem with Firefox for Android, though, is that it’s not compatible with Flash, and its load times are slightly slower than those of the stock browser when you’re dealing with really script-heavy pages.