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?

By Howard Wen, Network World |  Consumerization of IT, Dolphin, Firefox

Firefox: What we liked

Even though Firefox forgoes using a tab UI, we found that its way of helping you to manage multiple open pages can be convenient -- but mostly if you are gripping your tablet by its sides with both hands. On the upper-right of the main browser screen, you would tap the numbered button with your right thumb. A tab preview panel scrolls down from the top of the screen, which displays a scrollable, vertical listing of your open pages as thumbnails along with their titles. Tap a listing to go to that page. At the top-right of this panel, you can go to your bookmarks by tapping the “+”.

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