So, a while back I asked for browser recommendations. I ended up using Boat because it had everything I wanted. Well, now the developer of Boat is basically non-responsive and Boat has begun crashing a lot. I tried to do a Google search for Android browsers that was basically a comparison chart of features, but apparently, nobody has made one. Not that I can blame them, most of the browsers are Chrome rip-offs with a few unnecessary/novelty features (like "Doodles" or something). So basically, I want a browser like Boat, but with stability. Sucks that, of all the ones I have tried, Boat is the only one that has all the features I want. Necessary features: • A REAL tab bar and full-screen support, not that side-list bullcrap like Chrome where you hit a button and have tiles of "tabs". • Home page dialer/speed dial • Doesn't crash Strongly preferred to have features: • Find text on page • Open links in a new tab or in a background tab • automatically extends and scrolls the page so that your soft-keyboard doesn't obscure the text box in which you're typing • Quickly request desktop site and/or change your apparent device (though many sites now work around that and force you to their mobile site regardless of those settings, but a few I use often enough don't and their mobile versions are atrociously annoying) • Ability to turn off gestures/talk/swiping menus • Save passwords/logins Features that would be nice but I can live without: • Ability to change the theme/colours Features I don't care about at all and will never use: • Emojis • Desktop sync (bookmarks, tabs, whatever) • Games/mini-activities/friend-sharing-activities • Swipe, gesture and talk features. • Crashing all the time I am still surprised there's aapparently not one chart that has the browsers along one axis, the features along another, and checks to tell you which browsers have what features. No real way to compare features unless you read out-dated blog posts. Will update shortly with which browsers I tried and hated, since I need to check them all as they may have changed since I last tried them. But I can already start that list: • Naked Browser • Puffin • Web Browser and Explorer by Litter Penguin (constant bombardment of adverts) • Firefox (no true tabs, just more Chrome rip-off, no true fullscreen) • Chrome (no true tabs, basically no options, no dialer, no fullscreen) • UC Browser (no tab bar, no dialer, annoying default home page) • CM browser (too loud/busy, no real tabs, tab browsing actually more annoying than cardstack) The "Maybe Pile": • Opera (though its tabbed browsing option [tablet layout] is ugly as sin) • Dolphin is looking better than when they began their v11 stuff.