Ask Pete, or Adam
well im a dolphin user, but after reading this post i installed steel and if it enabled multitouch it'd be my new browser. it seems a good bit quicker than dolphin for sure. i just LOVE multitouch...and without i cant make the switch. im keepin steel tho for quick browsing.
I stayed away from Dolphin because of reports that is was sluggish. I don't know how to get the Milestone browser, so no idea what I missing there.
I was totally fine with the stock browser until I tried the pinch zoom thing-a-ma-jigger on xScope....DANG THIS IS COOL. WOW!!!!!! Not a chance I go back to stock or to Steel unless one of those offer this feature. The ability to slide over text and copy it rocks too. For now, I am off to download the pay version of xScope. It is worth every penny.
Oh, as for the appearance of xScope? So what. It would be cool though to be able to edit what buttons show up.
I have the paid version of xscope ($3) and it's great. I just installed Steel and all I got was a blank screen with a semicircle in the bottom right of the screen. Uninstalled.
I'll stick with xscope. I guess it isn't pretty, but I prefer function over form.
That's is how steel looks on start up. Try pressing that half circle for the address bar and then you'll see. Oh and I've been using steel for awhile and its by far the best. How the browser should be on android. And if and when it does get multi touch I'll like it better than my iTouch's browser.
I'll have to try it.
Dolphin - Like no restrictions on favorites, yet after last update feel page to get to favorites is buried. I like long press and slide to link, then open in new tab or other choices.
Xcope lite - Nice, limited fav's, less emphasis on UI look, but effective function!
I have to say I dont really care about multitouch, but when stock goes MT, I'll likely remove others and use that (and get used to it), time will tell.