What browser do you use on your iPod Touch?

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    RMT25

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    Which one would you recommend? :confused:
     
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    Safari as it's the fastest one for iOS. Alternatively I switch to Mercury browser for ease of use and full-screen mode.
     
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    rgarjr

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    stock browser(safari) on all my iDevices, broh
     
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    Chrome.
     
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    I have been using Mercury browser a lot. I like that I can scroll down quickly something Apple never added to Safari and the ad block works okay. Not as good as on a computer but it is better than nothing.
     
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    ChristianJapan

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    Safari out of the box, does all I need ...
     
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    I use chrome, it syncs everything between my phone, ipod and ipad.
     
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    Safari
     
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    Safari here also.
     
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    anshuvorty

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    chrome with occasional safari use; chrome has become my default since it seamlessly syncs between my idevice and pc; something safari can't do with a hybrid device environment
     
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    Chrome. Syncing is unmatched.
     
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    Safari. I try to not install other browsers to not waste space on my iPod.
     
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    Thetonyk123

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    How many gb's do you have? Usually browsers aren't very big.
     
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    Safari and Mercury in a pinch.
     
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    Atomic Web. It's faster than Safari and it does twice as much.
     
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    Safari and sometimes Mercury :)
     
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    Always Safari.
    Other browsers are slower.
     
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    LaurieAnn

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    Mercury for it's drop down bookmarks. I can't stand Chrome's bookmarks on mobile devices.
     
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    APlotdevice

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    Just Safari. Though I don't use the browser all that much on my iPod. I prefer to use a dedicated app whenever possible, since they're better optimized for the small screen.
     
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    Safari since it's the default.
     
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    Chrome. I like the interface better and it syncs with my computer.
     
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    Safari, it syncs everything between my MacBook Pro Retina and iPod touch 5
     
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    Safari for quick searches.

    Mercury to get serious job done. Syncing is unmatched. Adblock is OK. A tad slower, but additional features and shortcomings adressed from Mobile Safari make it a no-brainer.

    Will never use Chrome from its utter lack of respect of privacy by its parent company.
     
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    Safari, mainly because it's default. I had Chrome at one point, but I never put it in my bottom bar, rendering it useless. I don't have any issues with Safari, so I'm fine with it.
     
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    Only Safari now, I love Reading List for offline viewing, gave up on Opera Mini.
     

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