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    I know a lot of people don't like it, but i use opera mini.
     
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    Until Firefox is released, I use the default browser. Nothing wrong with it, as far as I can see.
     
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    I always liked the default browser better. It works great so I don't have a need to try another one just yet.
     
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    Google instant is now on the defaalt google browser, just click on
     
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    Yea I saw this yesturday when I doing some browsing. I'm about to test it out
     
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    Dolphin hd!

    firefox sucks ass atm!
     
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    Perhaps because it's not even officially released yet? Give me a break.
     
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    The release of Beta 2 for Firefox is very nice. Its much better that previous versions, but still has some way to go.


    I like xScope 6 the best.

    The MIUI browser isn't too bad.
     
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    xScope 6. Fast and one handed pin zoom can come in handy.
     
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    Dolphin HD, but most of the browsers other than default are screwed up. If you press a link, the outline to signal button press are shifted from the link.
     
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    I gave the MIUI a little test drive, it has potential but frankly its not as snappy as the stock browser for me
     
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    On all previous smartphones I've have I always found myself playing with different browsers but the stock one on the Evo just does the trick. It's just THAT good :)
     
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    I tried Dolphin...I uninstalled it
    I tried the Firefox beta...I uninstalled it
    The more I try other browsers, the more I like the original stock browser.

    I must admit though, Firefox has potential. Once it's officially released, I will give it another go.
     
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    I like xscope. It's faster that others I have tried and renders nicely.

    Only problem is I haven't figured out how to save pictures. Is there a way or am I just blind?
     
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    I prefer skyfire. loads fast and shrinks video so they will play faster. just my opinion
     
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    Stock/default.
     
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    used xScope for a while than once 2.2 came out i've only used the stock browser.

    might have to try out firefox and xscope again.

    hated dolphin..to much going on. want a nice/clean/minimal UI.

    anyone have experience with Opera Browser? (not mini)
     
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    Dolphin HD is doing a great job for me.
     
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    Opera Mobile for the win lol. It blows spokes off of opera mini.
     
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    I have Opera Mobile and it's got serious potential but it needs flash and better website page rendering to put it on par with the other browsers. Stock/Dolphin HD is the best imo.

    I want to try Firefox Mobile too.
     
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    I'm still using the stock browser. I've tried Xscope and Dolphin. They don't work as well as the stock browser for me. I'm a HEAVY Genie Widget user and it integrates with the stock browser nicely.
     
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    Seems like stock seems to be a preferred browser for some people. What I am interested though if anyone was able to open more than 4 pages on any if the market browsers. Sometimes I find myself juggling multiple pages in the browser and every now and then I get the msg that I have too many pages up.
     
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