Android browser speed test might help you decide which one to use

With so many options available for browsers on Android, it makes it hard to choose which of them really deserves our undivided Googling attention.

PC World looked into that problem for us, and as you can see, there was some good competition from the stock 2.1 and 2.2 Android browsers. Alas, there must be a clear victor. Judging from what we see in the pic above, that winner for fresh loading is a browser called Skyfire 2.0, with an honorable mention to Opera Mini for loading cached sites.

There’s always more to worry about in a browser than its loading times, such as Flash 10 support, share features, search display, and bookmarking. Let’s not forget built-in social networking, too.

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About Sujit Yadav

Sujit Yadav is a tech savvy who loves to explore about new technology. he is also passionate about Animation and Game development. He loves to write poems and loves to draw. he is a learner of life who loves travelling, meeting new people and Ddancing.

Posted on October 2, 2010, in Mobile Jerk. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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