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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jangatang, Apr 8, 2011.

  1. jangatang

    jangatang Well-Known Member
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    Your thoughts?

    I'm trying it out right now, but I'm having mixed feelings. I used to use Dolphin.
     

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    Few things I don't like about it too, rather use dolphin or even the stock browser.
     
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    I love Firefox 4 on PC, but the mobile version sucks. I wanted to like it because of the desktop sync/sharing, but it's just too slow and bulky. I used it exclusively for a week before uninstall and went back to the stock browser.
     
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    Like it, but too slow. Won't use it.
     
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    Ya too slow & has a "bloated" feeling to it. Went back to dolphin mini (god i wish i could find a mod'd theme of dolphin mini (hate the green))
     
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    If you go to add-ons they have red blue and orange also. There are themed versions that change more but then you can't stay updated
     
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    Ya, they have 'em for Dolphin HD, but I just prefer the Dolphin Mini version(which they dont exist for). It's more lightweight & has the things I utilize the most.
    Thx tho
     
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    I'm not a big Opera fan, but it (Opera Mobile, not Mini) does support hardware acceleration and Flash.

    I usually use Dolphin, but don't need tabs, but do like the menu... exit feature. It doesn't make sense to have to hit the "back" button 12 times to exit.
     

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