Android, the mobile operating system by search giant Google, has achieved a tremendous success and has become the no.1 mobile operating system. People from all over the globe are crazy for the internet. Surfing the internet and social networking sites have become a regular part of everyday life. This is where Android excels and get a yard ahead of competitor Apple’s iOS. Android is best known for its rich internet related features which allow users to have desktop type experience of the internet. Although, the default browser on Android is very rich in features, still you can download many other browsers from the Google Play store.  Like any other OS, Android is blessed with good developers. The browsers for android is available in abundance and hence it becomes extremely important to choose a right browser for your device. Let’s have a look at the best browsers for Android.

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1. Chrome Beta
Google Chrome is the best and most used browser on PC. Google recently jumped into the browser bandwagon and provided its own cooked browser to the Android users. Google has now released the official version for Android as well and is available to use on devices running on Android 4.0. Along with the desktop type surfing of websites, the feature that I like the most is lightening fast speed. All the websites open within the matter of few seconds. As this browser is still in beta mode, so some features are missing from it like flash support. But all other features are really awesome. Google chrome is known for its slick features and faster performance. It doesn’t hog too much memory of your device making it an obvious choice for the users.

2. Opera Mobile
Opera Mobile is a well known browser on Android. Opera is already one of the best browser available for featured phone. The same legacy is carried upon by the smartphone version of the browser as well. The brand name Opera is enough to speak about the features of this awesome browser. This one comes with the support of flash and allows you to fast buffering of YouTube. Another good feature is its turbo mode. This mode results in the compression of web pages, which results in fast internet access and data saving as well. The opera browser known for providing compressed data which not only results in faster loading of web page but also saves lots of bandwidth.

3. Dolphin Browser HD
Unarguably, it’s one of the best browser available in  Google Play store. It comes with heaps of features that’s only available in top-notch browsers. It’s one of the most downloaded browser for Android. The browser features fast speed and less data usage. Data saving becomes very helpful when you have limited data plan. The interface is smooth and sleek and scrolling the web pages is an awesome experience. You can extend the features of browser by downloading and installing new plugins from an official Android app store, Google Play.

4. Firefox
Well known PC Browser Firefox has its Android client as well. Firefox intends to compete with the likes of Chrome, Dolphin and Opera browsers for android. Although the Android version is not as good as the desktop one, but it still comes with many good features and is able to stand in this list. As is the case with desktop version, speed of the app is an issue and can hamper your experience. You can access desktop version of websites and can open multiple tabs with easy access.

5. OverSkreen
This one is also good with lots of amazing features. Just download the app and start enjoying internet without any adjustment with fun. Along with the fast loading of websites, the features that I like the most is the flash support and pop up blocker by which you can block annoying pop ups.

That’s it. Although all the browsers are best in features, still the choice depends on your needs. Just find out that which browser satisfy your needs and download it. I personally like the Dolphin HD. And you?
Follow the tutorial to download APK files from Google Play store located here. You might be interested in checking out Google chrome alternatives posted on Geniusgeeks.