Browsers are a huge part of our lives and are a daily feature, so you want to make sure that you are using the best one to suit your mobile browser needs. So let’s take a look at some of the best ones out there available on Android, who knows, you may be tempted to change browser!


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When it comes to desktop browsing our poll revealed that Firefox is the most popular browser and it could well be the same for Android users. It allows you to sync all of your data, bookmarks, passwords, history, open tabs and add-ons, so that the browser will work across all of your devices - that includes your desktop. Another advantage is that Firefox still supports Flash if it is installed on your Android device. It also has some handy little features, like the Reader Mode, which you can activate by just tapping the 'book' icon in the URL bar. This will remove all of the unnecessary stuff on your screen and leave you with only the text you want to read. It's worth mentioning that Firefox does have private-tab browsing too and the Do Not Track setting but this needs to be activated as it is switched off by default.