Answer may come from the top four browsers for Android; Chrome, Firefox, Opera or even Dolphin. Apple iPhone comes with Safari, Windows Phone comes with Internet Explorer, and Android comes with Google’s Chrome. However, the Android users have the option of using many available browsers regardless of the stock that your smartphone comes with. Many find it simpler to use the browser that comes with the smartphone.
In regard to mobile devices, speed becomes more critical if you are looking for a restaurant to eat or finding something else while driving. Those who tested smartphones trying to find things using Wi-Fi, prefer the speed of Dolphin with Firefox coming in second, Chrome third. When it comes to interface, most browsers allow clutter free screens. Chrome and Firefox comes with one URL-and-Search bar with tabs on the top. The location of the refresher bar is also important in terms of the interface and Chrome puts it at the end of its Omnibar. Many users like to sync their smartphone with other devices. Most browsers offer some sort of syncing capability, but nothing come close to Chrome where it allows sharing capability for tabs, history, preferences, bookmarks, and passwords with any signed-in device.