Ars Technica: There are a growing number of really great third-party home screen implementations and Web browsers that users can install directly from the Android Market. Some of the popular Web browsers include Opera, Skyfire, Firefox, and Dolphin HD. We plan to write up a full comparison at some point in the future, but decided to start by giving you a close look at our favorite: Dolphin HD.
GalaxyS3Apps: As the Android mobile operating system is famed for its mobile internet connectivity capabilities, its built-in browser has been somewhat of a downer, with different mobile users having their own set of quirks and particulars when it comes to mobile internet browsing standards.
Tom's Guide contributor Paul Escallier puts nine Android web browsers through the paces in hopes of crowing one a champion.
The tested browsers include the stock Android web browser, Chrome (beta), Firefox, xScope, Skyfire, Dolphin HD, Dolphin Mini, Opera Mobile and Opera Mini.
Padvance checks out the recently updated Dolphin Browser HD for iPad and was mostly impressed with version 3.0. The site's Parisa Vassei writes: "When compared to Safari, this app boasts numerous bells and whistles that most users can benefit from. The only area where it falls short is stability; I've experienced a couple of crashes with prolonged use. Fortunately, these crashes weren't frequent enough to deter me from using the app altogether. I still greatly prefer it over Safari and feel that many of you will agree that it’s a powerful browser alternative for the iPad."