Search engine giant, Google, is now gradually getting into the Smartphone market with the likes of Apple and Blackberry. Google's Open source mobile OS Android is an operating system for Smartphones, and within just a year or so of its inception, it has come at par with the likes of Apple's iOS powered iPhone and the Smartphone industry giant Blackberry. Android market share is steadily increasing with its app market gradually dominating the Smartphone's app market. The reason behind this is the open source feature of Android that allows developers and users alike to create and use applications efficiently.
Regular mobile browsing is indeed being taken over by Smartphone experience in general and with every rendition of Android version, mobile browsing is becoming more enhanced. There are many developers out there who are desperately trying to launch their mobile browsers to make their mark in the market, so some of the alternatives for Mobile browsing on the Android powered devices other than the stock browsers are as follows:Multimedia Rich Browser.
Browser developer for the Android platform, Dolphin has been offering a pretty awesome browser for quite some time now and it keeps on adding more browsing apps to its cache. The latest addition is a new and revamped HD Browser that is very much ideal for watching videos and multimedia contents on the internet. The free application browser also has some latest features including, a management regarding the webpage in the address bar and the bookmarks support for the folder.
The other names in this category Xscope Android browser aims to improve navigation on mobile devices, especially web browsing UI. There are a number of options for zooming, sliding through web content and double tap. It has a very user friendly search text, markers and distribution, integrated screen capture and the option to copy and paste the URL and text. Moreover, it is also easy retrieval options and settings for different tasks and settings. Xscope FULL version costs about $ 2.99 and the Lite version costs about $ 0.99.
One of the media more focused on Skyfire browser for Android. Flash home support as well as recommendations for a similar type of content. The latest web browser free Android comes with a series of multiple display options and it runs smoothly enough to last Froyo 2.2. With the option of sharing capabilities of web browsers, Skyfire also makes it very simple for the exchange of different types of content and user interface web.Functions
Another giant of the Opera web browser, has also been actively developing the browser for the Android platform. Mobile Browser Opera Mini is designed primarily for media consumption in the front, with an advantage of integrated data compression to allow the loading of web pages very effective. The best part is that Opera Mini is free and works with all Android devices.