Apple has always proudly sported its proprietary applications, and the same goes obviously for its proprietary browser, Safari. However, this does not mean that this is the best solution for you: you could, in fact, try other Browser and realize how many opportunities you have to enhance your browsing experience, for example, counting on different options and designs. That’s why today we will see the best browsers for iPhone, so as to give you the opportunity to choose freely which you like best. Let’s have a look:
Google Chrome is by far the most used browser on the web, and this discourse obviously also applies to iPhone owners. Although over the years has evolved a lot, even today remains a virtually mandatory option, partly because it allows you to synchronize your bookmarks with other devices on which you use this browser. Finally, Chrome can even translate all the web pages on the fly, which Safari is not able to do.
Even Mozilla Firefox is a browser that has made the history of the Internet, and that could not help but also land on the iPhone. But what makes it so special? First of all, the fact that it allows you to synchronize your passwords, as well as synchronizing the tabs you have opened on the browser. In addition, you can also take advantage of several tricks available directly on Mozilla Firefox, such as browsing in private mode and some options specially designed for iOS.
Although Opera Mini has lost several market shares and today is no longer used as it was in the past, it still manages to get noticed for some of its most interesting features. For example, the aforementioned browser boasts the best data compression mode you’ll ever find: it’s called Opera Turbo and allows you to compress a web page by reducing its weight by 90%. A very useful function when you surf the Internet on credit and you can not give yourself the luxury of visiting pages that suck you of traffic, even if they were leeches.
Safari may seem like an obvious option, since we’re talking about the iOS proprietary browser. But that does not matter, because it proves to be a beautiful, intelligent and reliable navigator. What are its best features? First, the ability to synchronize passwords with all other devices on which you use Safari, in addition to the fact that it is also able to protect them with the TouchID. If you own a Mac, in short, you can not do without using Safari on your iPhone.
Dolphin is another excellent alternative browser to Safari, and also one of the oldest. If you are looking for a simple but at the same time full of functions, this digital dolphin could really surprise you. Because? Because it allows you to set custom gestures to open a specific website or to manage other specific features, which belong only to this browser. Among other things, it allows you to sync bookmarks and much more.
Mercury Browser is the top for gesture-based navigation and QR scanners. This also considering the fact that it offers you many customizable options, a very solid download manager, a data compression system and therefore the ability to navigate at the speed of light without consuming much credit for traffic.
Puffin Browser is another great browser, when we talk about data compression, page loading and customization, since it allows you to modify the central theme as you wish. In addition, this browser also allows you to browse incognito and to use a sort of pointer that simulates that of the mouse.
Brave Browser is a browser optimized to block trackers, malicious scripts, phishing attempts and any other threat to your smartphone. Moreover, it enables the HTTPS transmission protocol even when the site you visit normally would not allow it.
The last browser on our list is Ghostery Browser. We chose it because of its lightness and the ability to block any script or danger on the web. In addition, it does not use Google but the DuckDuckGo search engine, to ensure greater privacy.