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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by leroi09, Apr 3, 2010.
Enough said, vote for which you would use if you had to use one or the other.
I like the droid browers with tap and pinch zoom. My only complaint is that I haven't figured out how to make the browers be in "desktop" mode all the time.
Since dolphin 2 is the droid browser with a new interface, I could not.vote either way
Weird Dolphin home page. -1
Native browser with pinch and zoom +1
Winner - Native Droid browser
xScope. One of the few apps I purchased.
There's a free version too though
yea why not add more options to the poll? xscope and that new firefox one maybe?
Has anyone checked out Tunny, the new dolphin browser for the droid? It's faster and IMO better than dolphin so far.
Have never used the stock browser. Even with pinch-zoom added it is not that good. used Dolphin until a few days ago when I tried the latest version of xScope. Use that exclusively now.
I used Dolphin for a while but for me, tabs don't seem that efficient on a small phone screen. Other than that all it had going for it was the pinch zoom (which I don't really care for) and the gestures (which I used very little in the first place). I liked the stock browser even before the update so it's clearly personal preference. I'm waiting to see what Mozilla fires out since I've been using Firefox for a dogs age.
Reading this thread I decided to give the droid browser a shot. However, and I don't mean to turn this in to a help thread, why is it when a paste in fav urls from Dolphin (MSN inbox, Facebook, etc) in to the url box, it goes over to Dolphin to open the page up?
I like the Dolphin Browser only because I am so used to it and like all its options. (i dont use the regular droid browser much so i dont know its features) I mean yes it has tabs but you can set it up so if you double-tap the tabs hid, then do the same to show them again. I like the gestures too. Plus you can long click on a video or a link and open in new tab, downlaod, share, etc...
xScope +1. Use it exclusively.