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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by SilentLoner, Jun 8, 2012.
I keep noticing images etc on the safari browser that seem low res. does safari compress images?
Best in what way(s)? Is image compression your only concern? Don't just assume that your preferences are universal on any topic.
mercury pro is pretty good. has a built in ad blocker.
For me, Safari is the best. Firefox/Chrome can't handle Multi-Touch half as well as Safari can. There are loads of things that can contribute to a browser being the best out there.
This is in the iPhone/iPod touch forum.
Safari is probably the best simply because Apple has a cool bunch of features built in that can't be used by other app developers (for security purposes I assume). That being said for some reason I've been using Opera Mini for months now. It compresses websites on Opera's servers before sending you an image of the website. Over 2-3 months I've used 76% less data for web browsing (119.3 MB vs 482.2 MB). I think the main reason though is, similar to Google Chrome where it shows your visited/favourited when you log on, Opera Mini shows your favourited/bookmarked websites so I can easily hit up the websites I visit often.
Ah, yes. For daily browsing, I use Opera Mini too, because it loads webpages much faster than Safari on iOS can. It's amazing technology, really.
Safari for me. Hands down