is there any browser that could be used on Android?

by Jickae Davis » Thu, 30 Jul 2009 01:27:11 GMT


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 Hi,
I think softwares are still not adequate on Android OS,so  I am curious
about a problem:

is there any browser that could be used on Android OS?

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is there any browser that could be used on Android?

by String » Thu, 30 Jul 2009 14:25:20 GMT


 



The default Webkit-based "Chrome Lite" is already one of the most
capable mobile browsers around. Do you have a specific reason for
wanting to replace it?

AFAIK, there is no other browser currently available, but I'm sure you
could build one... :^)

String
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is there any browser that could be used on Android?

by lbcoder » Thu, 30 Jul 2009 21:04:35 GMT


 There are several browsers available in the market.




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is there any browser that could be used on Android?

by Zann » Fri, 31 Jul 2009 02:59:12 GMT


 there's "Steel" and "Opera Mini" at the very least.

i tried Steel for a short while, but still got back to the built in
browser because i do not find any great improvement in Steel.
Might as well save the space for other apps.




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