The terms of speed, it is also good with Chrome. Especially when you have a slow connection, you can switch on the 'Lite' mode, which works about the same as the Turbo mode in Opera. Safari: minimalist design The default browser on an iPhone, just like the desktop version, fits in well with the OS. Safari works fast and syncs seamlessly with your other Apple devices. So you always have your bookmarks, reading list, history, passwords and so on. Takes some getting used to for the non-Apple user, but certainly a smart UI choice, the bar at the bottom of the mobile browser is within reach of your thumb.
It allows you to quickly share a page, save it as a bookmark, switch between tabs and go back to the previous page (or to the next one). As far as security/privacy is context you phone number list are concerned, it's also good, thanks to the pop-up blocker, do-not-track function and warning for rogue sites and downloads. Samsung Internet: Chrome with adjustments As so many manufacturers add their own browser to the standard package of their phones, Samsung did too. available on the models of the relevant brand, only Samsung Internet has managed to separate itself from this and can also be downloaded on other Android phones.
This browser is based on Chrome, but has some useful adjustments. The design differs considerably from Chrome and also has an action bar (just like Safari) at the bottom of the screen as a handy addition. For large phones, this works much more conveniently if you are used to using your thumb as much as possible. You can also synchronize with your desktop, but you need a Chrome extension for that. UC browser: privacy issues Perhaps not known to everyone, but the browser, made by UCWeb (part of Alibaba), is still good for a 4th place in terms of popularity in the Netherlands on the list of most used browsers on smartphones.