Not all mobile browsers have the desired skills. For example: quickly open webpages, efficient use of data, download files, to open a web page that is more complex. This opportunity seems to be used correctly by a third-party developers to create superior browser.
Open a Complex Web Page Test.
When tested for opening CNN.com pages, Skyfire be the fastest and winning a few seconds of Opera Mini that occupies the second place. UCWEB be the slowest with record up to 26 seconds. Compare with Skyfire which takes only 11 seconds.
Skyfire installer Factor based on Symbian, as well as the lack of a connection check before loading the page is a factor that accelerates the performance of Skyfire. Skyfire does not pass through virtual machines like other browser application based on java. TeaShark, Skyfire and BOLT display CNN.com page that looks exactly like PC while Opera Mini and UCWEB make adjustments so that the page is compatible with the phone’s display.
Menu and Navigation
Fifth browser basically includes a navigation system similar to optimize, it’s just a different placement of the menu.
UCWEB provides various search engines like Baidu, Google, Yahoo and others. Search can also be based on categories such as web page, music, pictures or maps.
Opera Mini, TeaShark, Skyfire and BOLT are both only provide search engine Google. Opera Mini adds to the existing search. Bolt is also equipped with Bing Search, Find Directory, Search for Twitter, Weather Information and Simple Search.
Google’s view on Skyfire and the BOLT is similar to a PC display. When enter the word that quest Bolt and Skyfire allows you to directly type the word you are looking at the browser screen. TeaShark require that you enter the first typing the menu.
Streaming Video Capabilities
Opera Mini and TeaShark can not play video files. While UCWEB have online features to enjoy playback of media streaming. But on the YouTube page open trial, the browser displays only blank pages.
When opening the Youtube page with Skyfire, video streaming can be displayed properly in the browser page. Sound and images look clear. Skyfire is compatible with Adobe Flash and QuickTime format. Bolt showing video streaming from sites such as Youtube video provider and vids.myspace.com in a separate video player. Wizard is available for the video player when he played the first time. When tested to open a Youtube video streaming that appears only produce sound without pictures.
TeaShark and Opera Mini does not have a download manager features. However, Opera Mini can save a web page if the phone has JSR 75 support capabilities. Download manager on UCWEB support large file downloads with pause and resume ability to resume interrupted file downloads. Bolt and Skyfire have the ability to download and save the image. Skyfire slightly superior because it has several storage options.
Sometimes, menus access consuming time. The fastest way to access a feature is to use a shortcut. All the tested browsers have a shortcut, but the Opera Mini and UCWEB who has the most complete shortcut. Skyfire and Bolt Shortcuts limited only for asterisks, fences and some numbers.
Each browser brings superior design features that appeal users. UCWEB support RSS subcription functions so that the latest information you can get. You can log in directly via phone or by opening http://my.ucweb.com. Opera Mini claims a compression capability up to 90% smaller than the original web, even though the speed test narrowly lost much of Skyfire.
TeaShark have 2 types of zoom. First, zoom to view. Second, based on the zoom section. That way you will be facilitated to see a large page in the display screen width of mobile phones. TeaShark also have a smart bookmark web address entry features, find next, built-in web search, RSS reader, in-line editing and permanent history.
Skyfire browser is not merely a convenience but also gives you to activate your Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and several other news sites directly from your browser. Bolt also provides downloadable applications such as calendar widgets and simple calculator.
For browsing, Opera Mini and Skyfire is the best. In addition to fast, they also have a shortcut menu and comfortable. Bolt has the most comprehensive search menu, but browsing ability not as good as the Opera Mini and Skyfire. If you like to download the file, use that UCWEB best download manager. But if you want to watch online media, the choice fell to the Skyfire that magically includes video player capabilities directly into the browser.