In Pictures: Best browsers for Android tablets

Best browsers for Android tablets

Firefox: What we liked

Even though Firefox forgoes using a tab UI, we found that its way of helping you to manage multiple open pages can be convenient -- but mostly if you are gripping your tablet by its sides with both hands. On the upper-right of the main browser screen, you would tap the numbered button with your right thumb. A tab preview panel scrolls down from the top of the screen, which displays a scrollable, vertical listing of your open pages as thumbnails along with their titles. Tap a listing to go to that page. At the top-right of this panel, you can go to your bookmarks by tapping the “+”.

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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