The best internet browsers on the net is always a conversation which will spring up lots of different opinions from different tech geeks. Every internet browser has its advantages and disadvantages and today we evaluate them and which browsers we like using.
The number one browser that is used by most web surfers, apart from on Apple Devices has got to be Google Chrome; a very attractive design that most web users are used to now and one of the fasted loading out of the competitors. The Chrome browser is one that is the go-to browser for many and has lots of impressive features like it’s password saving feature and would be our go-to if you are still looking for a new browser.
Browsers like Google Chrome have been able to benefit from the advances in technology that the world is offering in this digital age and it isn’t the only industry that has benefitted from this. For example, online casinos, where there are still some sites not blocked by Gamstop have benefitted from this too with them offering applications that allow for punters to gamble on the go. These casinos also promise that your gambling experienced won’t ever be limited by self-exclusion schemes such as Gamstop.
Now for the Apple fans amongst us, Safari is the default Mac and iOS web browser which of course makes it one of the most popular due to the demand for Apple products. Safari is seen as one of the best browsers due to its easy to navigate design, fast loading pages and compatibility between iPhone and Mac makes it the go-to browser for Apple users.
Microsoft has only just recently released their new browsing software and is branded as Microsoft Edge. Internet Explorer, their previous internet browser got engulfed by competitors like Safari and Google Chrome and therefore Microsoft went back to the drawing board to reinvent Microsoft Edge. The new compatibility is one of the features that are enticing new browsers as it is the only browser that is compatible with Android and iOS syncing methods and due to this the success of Edge is improving daily and has the potential to be on the same level as Chrome and Safari.
Although the three internet browsing software’s are all different, they all in essence offer the same end result which is a solid and private browser and now just comes down to preference on which interface you prefer to use.