Top Five Android Browsers You’ll Love

have you wondered what are the top five android browsers out there? trust me, I have at one time ask my self that same question and after a while, the below post were the answers I came out with…

Top Five Android Browsers

When you talk of browsing fast and low data consumption, there are some top android browsers worth mentioning because they are really fast and reliable, especially when it comes to download speed and flexibility.

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Yes, the Android device has its own in-built browser, but using the in-built browser when surfing the web, will only get your work done slowly and in that process use up a lot of your precious bandwidth.

In some countries (like in Africa) internet service is pretty darn expensive and using the default browser, might be bad for your data health. Remember, the higher the bandwidth, the greater your data being drained.

We are going to discuss our top five android browsers you’ll definitely love but before then, let’s talk some more.  

Top Five Android Browsers You’ll Love

I fell in love with the android platform immediately I started using it… because of its vast features and freedom to do whatever…

We have discussed my top Android Games i just can’t do without, we have discussed the best Android app for bloggers and now, discussing the top Android browsers is just the right step to get into the December mood…

Without wasting much of our time, let’s move on to the main event… shall we!

Top Five Android Browsers You’ll Love

Below are the top five android browsers I have used (and still using) and find reliable in-terms of download speed and faster browsing without using much bandwidth.

Ucbrowser:

Uc browser is one of the top Android browsers I have used so far. It is very fast when using it to surf the web. And no other mobile browsers can match its download speed.

Apart from the fast loading page and online streaming videos it provides, one other reason I love the UCbrowser is the in-built video player it has and as well as the free cloud storage. You just can’t beat that 😉

Dolphin Browser

Dolphin browser has a unique way of displaying its web pages. It shows you exactly how the webpage you visit on your phone is supposed to look like when you are on a PC without consuming your bandwidth.

It also uses the Adobe flash player for android when streaming live videos or audios… so now you’ll know how smooth your online streaming will be when using this browser.

Less I forget, the Dolphin Browser also has an in-built player that you’ll find interesting.

Operamini

Operamini is one of the most used mobile browsers out there, it helps reduces the size of a site without compromising the site’s quality.

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One of the many reasons why I love the Opera mini is, it reduces the consumption of your bandwidth and save you more data while surfing the web.

Chrome Browser

Chrome browser for Android is a lovely browser you just got to love… it’s simple to use, and since the browser is from Google, you’ll love it as long as you love the desktop version.

The speed cannot be compared with the above mention browsers but for its level, it can serve you pretty well.

Firefox Browser

Firefox browser for Android is also a lovely browser you just got to love. As long as you have the desktop version and loving it, you will also love the Android version as well. Especially when you’ve synchronize both desktop and Android device.

Though Firefox for android is awesome and has a lot of features, the speed can’t be compared with the above mentioned… but the speed is okay and it also doesn’t eat up bandwidth.

Conclusion

The above mentioned browsers are the top five Android browsers you’ll definitely love… but hey! If you have any other top Android browsers that are as fast as the above browsers, do share with us 🙂

Back to you

Looks like I have said so much about so much on today’s post now let me pass the keyboard to you guys.

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19 thoughts on “Top Five Android Browsers You’ll Love”

  1. Hi Babanature,

    Great list indeed 🙂

    I’d just heard of Chrome, Firefox and Operamini. The other two are new for me, and should be checking them out soon. My favorite is Chrome though.

    Thanks for sharing it with us. Happy weekend 🙂

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    • Hello Harleena,

      Yes, Chrome is also a fast browser, but if you do blog once n a while on mobile, checking the rest will be more awesome 🙂

      Thanks for commenting on the top five android browsers… do have a wonderful weekend.

      Reply
    • Hello Daniel,

      Long time no chat. Hope you’re doing awesome?

      On my PC, I still use and prefer Firefox because of the vast features it has for developers 😉 . Chrome is also a good browser for surfing…

      Thanks for stopping by and dropping your comment. Have a blessed weekend

      Reply
    • Hello Akshat,

      Yeah, UC Browser is one awesome browser every android user should use 😉

      Dolphin browser has a rare feature other mobile browsers don’t have, that’s why it was included in the list 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by and dropping your comment… have a blissful weekend.

      Reply
  2. Well I’m a die hard fan of chrome browser and then comes uc browser. I guess I’m gonna have to try dolphin browser once.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Have a great weekend.

    Reply
    • Hello Barry,

      From the comments, it looks like everybody loves the Chrome browser 🙂

      You should give it a try and tell me how it goes 😉

      Thanks for stopping by and dropping your comment. Have a great weekend rest

      Reply
      • hehe true.

        BTW on Macbook I prefer to use Safari because chrome eats a lot of battery and RAM on Mac OS. Safari is native browser and it is optimized for that.

        All Mac users should definitely give a try on that. 🙂

        Reply

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