By Taylor Martin | February 12, 2013 1:10 AM
Customization is just one of Android’s many tricks. If you have an issue with one of the stock features or applications, a simple search in Google Play will likely land you dozens of alternatives. One of the most popular alternative application types is third-party browsers.
From popular browsers like Dolphin or Firefox to up-and-coming browsers, such as Boat Browser or Naked Browser, there is no shortage of options. Features like add-ons and plugins, buttery smooth performance and true, full-screen browsing are just the beginning. In the video below, I go over some of the pitfalls of Chrome, the now-stock browser option for Android devices, and go over the most notable features of the more popular alternative browsers. Check it out!