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    Default New Android Browsers - Skyfire 2.0 vs. Firefox Mobile

    <span>Phonescoop takes a look at a pair of new browsers for Google's Android OS that were launched this week. They got their hands on the SkyFire 2.0 browser with Flash video support, and the FireFox Mobile (aka Fennec) browser, with FireFox Weave Sync built in.</span>
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    Default Re: New Android Browsers - Skyfire 2.0 vs. Firefox Mobile

    i understand why seek other browsers in phones like the nokia 5800. i had it and it lacked several key features

    but the droid browser dosnt seem to lack any feature...

    seems like it has a "plugin" sistem, or similar ....
    for example installed an app to send to "read it later"

    i will try firefox, but just out of curiosity

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    Default Re: New Android Browsers - Skyfire 2.0 vs. Firefox Mobile

    Yep N1 stock browser is exellent but perhaps some people hope other browsers will give them full flash plugins

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    Default Re: New Android Browsers - Skyfire 2.0 vs. Firefox Mobile

    In my opinion I'm always looking for new alternatives. I'd like a combination of all browsers. I mean the stock browser is great, no question about it. however I like certain functionality from other browser such as the Dolphin browsers way of handling tabs, the skyfires way of handling flash. So for me the best thing would be a combination of features featured in the different browsers out there.


 

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