duckduckgo is awesome!
You use so many browsers I can see
I love trying out new stuff! Definitely going to try the other suggestions that have come in on this thread!
Haha. I don't actually use Yahoo's homepage, but it was easy to use it as an example because I couldn't think of what site to use for a moment.
I will say, Yahoo does have some great articles to read.
I am using the duckduckgo browser. really like it a lot.
I use brave as my default browser.
1. Built on chromium base
2. Default ad blocker
3. Default tracking protection
4. Faster speed due to above options.
nah , i think brave browser based on the concept of chromium is rather much better ,with the all new information coming that google trying to track its user data activity i think brave is much better
Firefox definitely. Add-ons are a must. I can control and trust the adblockers that I'm using, and also the interest based ad opt-outs. Also, I trust Mozilla more than other companies that make the other notable browsers (Chrome, Opera, Brave). Also, I can choose my own search provider (DDG) with more custom settings. There's a preview of a new mobile Firefox that's in the works, and it's great but doesn't yet sync everything with desktop. Also hoping they add support for add-ons back in
just try brave
my favorite mobile browser is Chrome. it works like a charm.
I am surprised that no one mentioned Puffin
I personally use multiple browsers on my 7 Pro and on my desktop.
On Desktop, my go-to browsers are Waterfox, Opera, and SRWare Iron.
on mobile my go-to browsers are Opera Touch, Firefox Preview, and SRWare Iron.
Soooo I pretty much use all three of the main browsers
Firefox Preview is a brand new browser using latest Mozilla web technology. With some new improvements ported from desktop version, Firefox Preview is much faster than previous one. And it supports Firefox Sync.
Chrome/Chromium all the way for the syncing and features.
Try Brave Web Browser. Its basically Chrome + very effective add-block.
I been experimenting with Duckduckgo and their search wiget too. it promises to block trackers and stuff.
so I have tried all of the browsers y'all have suggested so far except for kiwi. I will try that one out a little later on this afternoon. so for me I am really surprised about which one I like the best so far. I really like the Microsoft edge based on chromium. I have been using the beta on Windows which is also based on chromium. I haven't seen how well the two sync up yet between Android and desktop. I'll check on that later or tomorrow and post back on here.
The suggestions y'all have made have been awesome by the way!
What's your favorite browser for the OnePlus 7 Pro and why?
Firefox lite, fast , build in adblocker & lite on data use
Gamme OnePlus 7 : Avis et faites passer le mot.
by Vito B., 2019-06-17