Discussion in 'polls' started by Sampei Nihira, Feb 13, 2017.
Please motivate your choices.
What about Safari? According to statistics it's second most used: https://www.netmarketshare.com/browser-market-share.aspx?qprid=1&qpcustomb=1
I voted for Chrome (on my Nexus) and Safari (on my iPhone). I don't use them much but they run quick with no problems. I've tried Firefox on Android but had some problems on some sites so I decided to stay with Chrome.
You forgot Edge on Win10 Mobile phones
I voted for Chrome. I use my laptop for 12+ hours a day, and as such rarely browse the internet on my phone. For the occasions that I use it, Chrome works fine, although I hate browsing the internet on my phone. Because I use it so little, I could not bothered trying different browsers to see if there is a different browser that suits my needs better.
I like Firefox Beta a lot, but its integration with LastPass is not so good.
Was a toss up between Firefox and chrome. Choose Chrome as I used Avast security and it doesn't work with Avast at last time I checked.
Others - Via Browser
I use Firefox on my Nexus 9 tablet all the time. I have tried Dolphin alongside it but reverted to just FF.
I do get the occasional crash with FF but am prepared to accept that for the benefits of privacy, low memory usage and add-on flexibility that it provides.
Not all Mobile Browsers protect against phishing equally.
For those who want to do a test, choose an old online link:
I've used a few on Android, including Maxthon, Dolphin, Opera inter alia, but Firefox is the browser I use 99% of the time now, predominantly because of uBlock Origin.
On my Android device, I tried a few others and ended up coming back to Chrome.
Default samsung browser + adguard or Brave
That's a play store link, why is webroot recognizing it as a phishing
Firefox capture HTTPS websites phishing content.
Iphone: Chrome, most of the time. And Brave, on a few occasions.
On Android it's Firefox for me. It's fast, and above all: There is a vast number of add-ons available (like uBlock Origin, Self-Destructing Cookies etc.) which make Firefox more versatile, configurable and privacy-oriented than any other browser on Android.
Whatever default on any which phone.
Adblock Browser on Android.
Chrome. I don't like it, but on mobile is the easiest.
Firefox most of the time. Occasionally Chrome.
I came to the conclusion that browsing via mobile phones is annoying as hell, and I now use apps for the most important sites.
Using Chrome and sometimes Opera.
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