Just downloaded dolphin hd seems real cool and full of features. Anything else real fancy but less memory? It took up 8.xmb
I really like xScope. The developer is very responsive. Usually posting in the apps section of the forum.
+1 Xscope is the best IMO. Simple, easy, no "fluff", just straight business. Tabbed browsing, multi touch.
Downloading free version of Xscope now to try it out.
Does paid version have a lot more options?
I'm probably the only one that does this, but I use a combination of 3 different ones on almost a daily basis. pros and cons baby
opera is my main browser as of yesterday. its so fluid and quick in the way it loads and displays webpages its insane. it actually makes my system as a whole run better. when I'm typing on websites like this on the stock key board with any other browser , its nothing but laggy 2 word per minute typing. but this? as fast as I can type. I can do a solid 60 wpm on this sucker. and the quick loading of webpages? bonus
skyfire: I use this exclusively for flash and viewing desktop versions of websites. it loads everything super slow, but when I need the desktop version of a site like say, new York times, and there's no link at the bottom for the full site, I use this baby
con: super slow and ugly to look at
xScope. The paid version gives you more than 10 bookmarks.
The stock browser is my favorite, and I've tried them all. Some browsers don't sync with the native android bookmarks (so the HTC bookmarks widget won't work with it), some browsers render pages wrong (Opera), and most browsers don't offer any substantial benefit over the stock browser and actually just introduce space hogging interfaces with features that your average person will never use. The new 2.1 stock browser is truly great. Multitouch, zooms in automatically when you click on an edit box, super fast, clean interface, etc. The 3rd party browser I'm really intested in is Firefox (Fennec), but until then I just can't find one I like better than the stock browser.
I still can't believe there isn't a Chrome browser. I use Chrome as my default on the computer because it is ridiculously fast to the point that Firefox seems like dial up. You would think a Chrome mobile would be a default on Android.