Welcome to our selection of the best Android web browsers for 2018.
We will introduce you to a series of browsers, from the most famous to the most unknown, to help you select your own. Follow the guide!
On the Google Play Store, you can find a lot of Internet browsers for your smartphone or Android tablet. Be careful; not all browsers will suit you. It’s all about finding the one that has the features you’re looking for and whose interface you like the most.
We naturally start with a classic: Google Chrome.
The in-house solution integrated by Google has many advantages: it allows you, for example, to synchronize your history and tabs with the desktop version of Google Chrome. To take advantage of the latest innovations, we invite you to download the versions under development of Chrome, which are accessible via the Beta section of the Google Play Store: Chrome Beta, Chrome Dev, and Chrome Canary.
We recommend Chrome Beta, which remains more stable than the others. However, if you want to focus on stability rather than novelty, Google Chrome will do the job correctly.
Unusually complete and intuitive to learn, Samsung Internet will delight enthusiasts with a clear and practical interface.
It includes scanning gestures, which make it easy to navigate from one tab to another, useful plug-ins to make your shopping on Amazon easier and 360° video support. Best of all, Samsung’s browser automatically blocks ads that may appear on your smartphone.
Unlike many Android browsers, Firefox makes it easy to install extensions, just like our desktop browser.
In the same vein, it is possible to install themes, to further customize your browser. Like Chrome, Firefox also allows you to synchronize your history and your favorite tabs with your desktop browser. A must if you are already using Firefox on your computer.
Thanks to the Tor Browser, you will be able to surf the Internet incognito!
It allows the Android users to browse the web without your data being collected and by blocking intrusive ads and trackers. Also equipped with a VPN and Proxy, Tor Browser will allow you to surf the Tor network. It is the browser you are advised to use to protect your online privacy!
Installed in addition to Google Chrome, which is, in any case, the default browser par excellence, Lynket (formerly called Chromer) works wonders of ergonomics.
It allows you to browse websites in the same way as if they were applications. Connected to Chrome, Lynket will open each page as a separate application. For the most confused and distracted Internet users, this is an excellent solution. Lynket also allows increasing the loading speed of pages.