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    Top 10 Web Browsers for Android in 2017

    The Internet browser is one of the most important apps on any device. Having the right browser can completely change the browsing experience, and the truth is that it is a damn madness, there are thousands of browsers for Android! Which one do we have?

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    Top 10 Android browsers sorted by type

    Usually, most users use Google Chrome to surf the net, since it is the browser that usually comes pre-installed by default usually on many phones. But not only Chrome lives the main: the alternative in web browsers is almost infinite, each with its own star feature.

    Brave Browser: the best browser with built-in ad blocker

    Brave Browser is a relatively new browser that came out in 2016. Among its several features, it has an integrated ad blocker, besides allowing to block third-party cookies and scripts. It offers the possibility of custom configurations per page, in addition to the classic incognito mode, history, markers etc.

    [appbox googleplay appid=com.brave.browser]

    Dolphin Browser: the best browser with Flash

    Dolphin is a browser that provokes a certain devotion in some users. Among its multitude of features is the ability to change themes, ad blocking, private browsing and supports Flash. Is the best browser with built-in Flash Player? Probably. Over 50 million downloads on Google Play.

    [appbox googleplay appid=mobi.mgeek.TunnyBrowser]

    Flynx: the best for surfing without an Internet connection

    Flynx is a different browser with a truly innovative user experience. Instead of opening to full screen, it is displayed in a floating window. In this way, if we are using another app – for example, Facebook – we can open the browser without leaving it at any time.

    It offers 2 great features: a night mode to read at night without destroying the view, and the possibility of saving pages to read them offline without needing to be connected to the Internet.

    [appbox googleplay appid=com.flynx]

    Naked Browser: the best browser for low-end Android devices

    There are light browsers, and then there’s Naked Browser. This browser for Android takes efficiency by the flag to be the fastest of all. But for that, he has had to sacrifice some visual aesthetics. Let’s say it is not the most beautiful, but it fulfils its mission: to be the fastest. A highly recommended browser for low-end Android phones and old terminals – supports Android 2.1 and above.

    [appbox googleplay appid=com.fevdev.nakedbrowser]

    UC Browser: the fastest browser

    UC Browser achieves a higher loading speed thanks to data compression. Nor is it the greatest aesthetic wonder, but it is rather prettier than Naked Browser. It is a very popular browser in China, with millions of downloads behind it and lightning fast.

    [appbox googleplay appid=com.UCMobile.intl]

    Opera Mini: the best browser to save data

    I’ve always liked the Opera browser. On Android, it has 2 versions: the classic Opera and the Opera Mini. The mini version is aimed at reducing data consumption and has things like intelligent download in the background, data consumption tracking and ad blocker, among others. If we want to save megas, this is a good browser for it.

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    Orbot + Orfox: the browser with more privacy

    If you want to navigate without being tracked, keeping your privacy to the maximum, surely you have considered using the Tor network. The Orbot proxy uses Tor to encrypt our Internet traffic and then hides it by sending it through a series of computers around the world. Once we have established the connection, we can use Orfox for safe and private browsing. Orfox is the official browser for the Tor service on Android.

    [appbox googleplay]

    [appbox googleplay appid=info.guardianproject.orfox]

    Lightning Browser: the best browser for Android TV

    The Lightning browser is designed for both phones and tablets as well as for Android TV, which makes it much easier to use if we have one of these devices. It weighs very little and is really efficient, especially if we have a device with Android TV and very little RAM.

    [appbox googleplay appid=acr.browser.barebones]

    Firefox: the most customizable browser

    Firefox is one of the 3 great Android browsers. It is certainly a name that can not be missing from any list. Among its multitude of functionalities is the possibility of synchronizing markers, history etc. with the PC, supports plug-ins, supports Chromecast and a lot of other things. One of the most powerful and complete free browsers on the market.

    [appbox googleplay appid=org.mozilla.firefox]

    Chrome: the most popular of all

    Chrome, the Google browser, is the most used in Android long. It has a good design in Material Design, synchronizes with the Chrome of the PC, is fully integrated in Android and has features for standard and advanced users. Many people use it simply because it comes standard, and is reputed to consume lots of RAM, but the truth is that it works really well.

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