Top 10 Android and iOS Browsers

Browsers

Browsers are the gates through which you explore the tremendous world of the Web. While, it may seem seldom important to think about the browsers you utilize, it is unequivocally crucial to have the best of the lot. Thus, to make things simpler, we have narrowed your selection down to the best mobile browsers ever.

Just take a look below on 10 Android and iOS browsers:

1. Safari (iOS)

Safari is an iOS browser. Although the earlier Safari versions didn’t have tabbed browsing and other important features, yet there’s been a steady improvement with the advent of iOS 7. The browser now contains an omnibar-style search field that remains hidden until required, swipe driven controls, and a card-style Tab View that simplifies browsing among many open tabs. In addition, the browser has seen the debut of other new features, such as Do Not Track, parental controls, and a password generator.

2. Firefox (Android)

Firefox is one desktop browser that has clearly made a fabulous transition to mobile. Firefox for Android consists of an updated “Awesome bar” that unites the address and search bar as well as the tabs and bookmarks bar. The browser also contains an add-on support that is meant for the likes of Adblock Plus and LastPass. Furthermore, there is Firefox Sync that enables you to utilize a Firefox account for syncing your tabs, bookmarks, and history between computers and Android devices for smooth transitions.

3. Opera (Android)

Opera revamped its Android browser earlier this year by introducing a few novel features, such as the Discover tab, which finds new content, Off-Road mode, which brings Opera’s Internet proxy connection system, and media content, which is routed to Opera’s servers.

4. iCab (iOS)

iCab is a feature-packed iOS browser that has tabbed browsing, a full screen mode, a URL-based filter for blocking ads, private browsing, download manager, user-agent spoofing, and others. The browser also contains mobile-oriented features, for instance page compression and multi-touch gesture support.

5. Dolphin (Android, iOS)

Available for both Android and iOS, Dolphin is a smooth browser, which has left quite an impression on mobile browser scene. With this browser, you can make custom gestures that let you interface navigation and automate bookmarks. The custom gestures provide incredibly intuitive experience and allow for better utilization of screen real estate.

6. LinkBubble (Android)

LinkBubble is an innovative Android browser that renders a unique way of handling in-app links. Instead of calling the browser automatically, while you tap on an in-app link, the browser pre-loads the link with an on-screen indicator in the background, creating room for you to operate the main app freely.

7. Coast (iOS)

Coast is a new browser, which has been built by Opera developers. The browser possesses the traditional forward/ back buttons and address bar, giving a full screen browsing experience by means of a home button to return to a tab page. Coast has a different interface that works greatly well on the touch screen.

8. Chrome (iOS, Android)

Google’s browser Chrome has been squeezed into mobile with an integrated search bar omnibox, smartphone friendly features, and Incognito mode for private browsing. The mobile version of Chrome consists of probably the best syncing of history, tabs, and bookmarks that provides smooth transition between mobile browsing and desktop.

9. Atomic (iOS)

Atomic is a good browser for iOS that contains features, such as form autofill, ad blocking, dropbox support for downloaded files, password management, the ability of downloading and expanding zip archives, tap-to-call phone numbers, and private browsing etc.

10.  Maxthon Web Browser

Maxthon’s mobile browser gives diversified features, such as cloud-synced tabs, speed dial, private browsing, cloud push of content, and gesture controls. There is also a built-in Reader Mode that lets you adjust fonts and formatting easily.

Care to share about your favorite browsers?


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  • You’ve shared a great Info Atish 🙂

    I know only Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera! I’m wondering with these browsers and on the way to check the details of the browsers which am unfamiliar.

    It is always curious to read your posts, keep sharing the stuffs.

  • Thanks for sharing this great top browser.but i am recommind for pc google chorme and for andoried opera is best browser.i am using both from last 4 years. and ddon’t have any problem.both are nice and smooth browser.thanks bro for greaat artical

  • Before this I just know about Chrome, Firefox and UC browser. But with your post Atish I have to try all of these to know which one is doing better browsing. Seems a good resource to know about the browser availability in both Android and iOS market.

  • Sounds awesome bro.. i never thought of these much browsers roaming around android … anyway thanks for the reminding’s… 😉

  • Hi Atish ! Hope you were fine ! Really nice & great post all about Android and iOS Browsers ! Atish, I have been using Chrome for long time & I also delete history of Chrome But some times, When I open some websites in my chrome so that websites redirect to another place ! So Should I change my Browser !

  • Great post bhai. I have used Chrome, Opera, Firefox and Dolphin. Each browser has its own importance and is better suited by the type of device we are using.

  • Cool Atish,
    The article is good but it will better if you have added some unique function of the browsers and advantage and disadvantage on one another and you have mension famous browser but you left uc browser which have some cool features that other browser don’t have this browser is very help full for those user who use to download navy data and want to surf faster etc

  • I use Sleipnir because it comes installed on my company phone (yes my company makes sleipnir:) )

    I have to agree that Firefox is pretty average. I found it too much bother to use, even though I do like the desktop versions.

  • Hey Atish,
    I am an android phone user and opera is the best browser for me. Sometime, I also prefer Chrome and firefox. While browsing on laptop, I always prefer Chrome. Thanks for sharing this post.

  • Great information shared in this post. In general people know only about Chrome, Safari or Firefox but this post contains some informative stuff which is very beneficial for the readers.