by Taylor Martin | September 18, 2014 3:08 PM
Back in April, I covered Link Bubble, Chris Lacy's third-party Android browser which loads web pages in the background without interrupting whatever it is you were doing when you clicked the link. It's a chat heads-style floating browser that can be tossed aside. You get to choose when you want to read the pages you load, rather than being jerked around between your Twitter client, a feed reader, and your default browser. But even the developer knows Link Bubble isn't ideal for every situation, that not every link should be loaded into a floating bubble that, due to some Android ...
by Taylor Martin | August 26, 2014 6:18 PM
For many of us, web browsing is the heart and soul of our mobile usage. Browsing web pages from a coffee shop on your phone or buying something from Amazon while waiting in line are what make modern smartphones so different from their ancestors. Mobile browsing today is not all that bad, fairly enjoyable, and actually pretty efficient. So how do the two most popular mobile platforms compare when it comes to mobile browsing? Ignoring all the third-party options available on both and not considering meaningless benchmarks or page load times, the out-of-the-box browsing experience on Android ...
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 ...
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