Top 5 Google Chrome Alternatives for Android


Google Chrome would be the most popular web and android based browser present today. Relatively every device that runs Android would have the browser pre-installed for the users. Practically nobody would ever think of an alternative for a most popular browser out there.


Google Chrome with its inception has overruled many of the dominating browsers at that time which includes the famous Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox.

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Still, if you do not like Google Chrome and feel its laggy and pretty heavy for your device then we would suggest you have a look at the list below.

Brave Privacy Browser


The browser is relatively new in town but is getting popular day by day.  It is very fast and claimed to be the most secure web browser which features a third party Adblocker and pop-up blocker baked in. The browser reduces page load time and blocks ads vigorously.

The browser’s UI is very much identical to Google Chrome and has the ability to sync bookmarks securely. The browser’s built-in security features make it the most secure, lightning-fast browser for your Android Smartphone.


DuckDuckGo Privacy Browser


This is our favorite browser from the search giant DuckDuckGo. The browser keeps your private data private always. You can seamlessly take control of your personal information as you search and browse the web. The browser is so powerful and adequately designed that it will block all the hidden third-party trackers possible.

DuckDuckGo browser encrypts your connection thus protecting your data from internet service providers or ISP’s. The browser will never share any of your private or financial data with advertisers since the browser does not track your activities in real-time.


Kiwi Browser


Kiwi is based on Chromium and WebKit, the engine that powers the most popular browser in the world. Kiwi browser features a very optimized rendering engine that displays web pages super fast. The lightweight browser is also capable of blocking the most intrusive ads, these can be done natively or through a dedicated extension of your choice. This browser would be Android’s first-ever browser that blocks hackers from using your device to mine crypto-currency.

Additionally, the browser also features blocking of annoying notifications, blocking slow and invasive trackers to protect your privacy, built-in translations into 60 languages and importing and exporting of bookmarks from other browsers.

ANDROID | iOS (Not Available)

Dolphin Web Browser


Amongst the most popular Android browsers with the fast loading speed, HTML5 video player, AdBlocker, tab bar, sidebars, incognito browsing and flash player. Dolphin browser has baked in features like a flash player for in-browser videos, ad and a pop-up blocker, multiple tabs bar, bookmarks, add-ons sidebar, personalized search, and insanely fast downloads.

Dolphin Browser is a secure browser that offers you real private browsing experience without leaving any history data. Use your voice to search, share on your favorite social networks, bookmark favorite websites, and navigate the web on your phone. Search without typing, even with Yahoo, Bing or Duckduckgo.

ANDROID | iOS (No official app available)

Opera with free VPN


Opera browser is a fast, safe web browser for your Android device, featuring a rebooted news feed, a built-in ad blocker, and free VPN. Opera’s native ad blocker effectively helps you get rid of intrusive ads and loads your pages faster to streamline your browsing experience. Turn on Opera VPN in private mode and your IP address will be replaced with a virtual one to help you avoid unintended location and identification information sharing.

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The browser also supports background downloading when you have a download running but need to open another application. The Opera browser includes a text size setting which helps you adapt pages according to your reading preferences.

ANDROID | iOS (App not available)


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