Best browsers for Android tablets

According to current stats in the Google Play app store, Dolphin, Firefox and Opera Mobile have each been downloaded and installed at least 10 million times. We know that these browsers are optimized for smartphones, but how well do they work on tablets?

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Chrome: What we liked

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Like its desktop counterpart, tabs are set along the top of the browser. You can rearrange their order by tapping-and-holding on a tab and sliding it left or right, and this works smoothly and swiftly. There are arguments for and against using this UI on a mobile touchscreen device; several tabs can indeed become jammed together and difficult to tap on when a browser is used on a smartphone. But we found tabs in Chrome manageable on our tablet, especially when holding the device in its landscape orientation.

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