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3 Reasons Not to Use Your Pre-Installed Internet Browser

Have you been frustrated with the Internet browser that comes pre-installed on your Android? Find out 3 reasons why you should stop using it.

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Now, it’s time to think about why your Internet could be slow. This may a result of using the Internet browser that came installed on your Android device. You know the one: the one with a globe that simply says “Internet” on your phone. No matter which Android you have, most smartphone distributors install their own web browser on their phones. While this can be frustrating because it’s just another pre-installed app that takes up space on your device, it may also be frustrating because it doesn’t work as well as some of the more popular browser apps. Continue reading to find out the three main reasons you shouldn’t use your Android’s pre-installed web browser.

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Reason #1: Stock Browsers Are Often Slower

This is one of the biggest reasons you shouldn’t use the pre-installed browser on your phone. Why put up with slow service when you can download Opera or another browser and experience a faster connection? Opera, for example, is a no-frills web browser, which means that it will operate even faster than Chrome.

Reason #2: Stock Browsers Won’t Sync Across Your Devices

Stock browsers are made for your Android smartphone, which means that you won’t be able to use that browser on your PC or maybe even your tablet, depending on the model. This is one of the main reasons that Chrome is the most popular web browser for Android: it seamlessly syncs to your Google account so that you can have access to all of your history and bookmarks across devices. This is an incredibly useful tool if you want to switch between devices effortlessly.

Reason #3: Stock Browser is Overloaded With Features, or Has Too Few Features

Android smartphone distributors (such as Samsung, LG, and HTC) are known for making smartphones or other tech — not web browsers. That means that the user experience might not be as intuitive or pleasant as it is with other web browsers. Further, some stock browsers may be missing desired features that other more popular browsers have. One of the biggest issues many users have with the stock browsers: the tab setup. Opening up multiple tabs can be a pain, and you can’t open up tabs in the background.