once they merge some of the features of this with the stock ICS browser (which i think will happen eventually) this will be awesome.
i would love to have Chrome beta, throw in some quick controls from the "labs" of ICS stock, "request desktop view" and "save for later" options and i would be sold.
the lack of Flash is a bummer though. while i find that most videos open in a seperate video app, there has been a couple times where i had to open it in my stock browser to view the video.
overall though, it is faster loading, the tabbing is better IMO, the pinch to zoom and scrolling is better, the web pages render better (the text just fits better)
all in all, i am happy, but i cannot wait to see what the team can do with this browser. i was a firefox user on my laptop, but once this came out, i went to Chrome and i LOVE it.
I feel like it responds faster than the stock browser, but even if that wasn't the case, it has tabs and my bookmarks, two features that put it far ahead of the stock browser. I like that I can open a tab on my desktop for some 6 or 8 page article from The Atlantic, get up and leave for dinner, and then sync the tab on my phone. You don't need chrome to phone anymore. I like having the incognito window. And I like that I can access all my chrome bookmarks with no extra effort. Aside from flash being absent, I don't see a downside.
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