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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by DramaLLama, Apr 14, 2014.
Are you guys using anything other than safari?
I hate Safari and Webkit in all its forms. /REDACTED/
This is what I use…
I just use Safari. It gets the job done for me. If Mozilla ever made Firefox for iOS then I would use that for the syncing capabilities with FF on OS X.
Safari...does all that I want or need.
Safari, I use it on my Mac and they sync well.
Safari No problems in my usage. Plus everything syncs nicely with my desktop version. Very happy.
iCab is the most versatile browser on the App Store IMO. It literally has hundreds of options to customize it.
I personally use the following on it:
Ability to download files
Ability to upload files
Fullscreen mode with semi transparent control toggles
Since "upgrading" to iOS 7 I've been using Mercury browser. I hold the phone in landscape orientation and there's a bug with Safari where it auto-rotates the screen counter clockwise every time you unlock the phone. Mercury offers rotation lock which works around the bug
Yes, all browsers must use webkit. The frontend is all that changes from app to app.
Go ahead and ask me how it is I want my crow served up to me!
Yes, Dolphin is webkit. A minor fact I did not realize until I looked it up. Guess I have to retract my earlier statement.
Thanks for setting me straight!
Safari is okay for me.
I used dolphin for android for years and loved it, didn't even know it existed for ios. I'll have to check it out.
I've been using safari with adblock on iphone.
One of the things I really like about it is that it has a Firefox extension that allows you to share tabs between Dolphin on iOS and Firefox on your computer.
Sure, you can do that with Safari, but Dolphin is one of the few third party browsers I know of that is capable of this.
I have it installed now and I see where you can sync chrome or firefox, I synced with the android version and am syncing now, but it looks like it does not support all of the add on extensions the android version does and sonar is free on android (didn't use it so doesn't matter, used some of the add on's. It still looks promising though, I am going to run it for a while and think I will probably stick with it.
Android version add on's.
Safari. It's fast and well integrated.
I alternate between Safari & Chrome.
I prefer Safari, but sometimes I get stuck on mobile view of a website and Chrome handles desktop view much easier.
Pretty much I'm using safari for my daily browser but if I need something from my bookmarks I switch to chrome because it syncs with my chrome on my PC
Safari unless I need to go fullscreen webview then I use Chrome.
Safari. It's fast and syncs with Safari with my MacBook and iPad.
Same with me. I don't have any need to replace Safari as it does what I need it to.
Chrome. I prefer swiping between tabs to swiping to go back or forward.