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A Comparative Study on Web Browser Used in Mobile Phone

M. Malini, R. AktharunisaBegum, S. Sivachandiran


Web browsers are one of the majority important apps on every device. Having the right features and performance whereas browsing the web can plainly change your entire experience. Finding the precise one can be difficult because there are so many options and the facade of the web is changing all the time. Let’s capture a look at the best browsers of 2016.[1]In this proportional   study, it provides which web browser is more resourceful and fitting for mobile phones. Various mobile web browsers pros and cons are analysis and exceedingly used web browsers can be distinct in this paper. Mobile browsers connect to the Internet throughout a cellular network or a wireless LAN (local area network).Several mobile browsers can display habitual HTML sites, while others can only display websites that have been expressly formatted for mobile browsers. Content optimized used for mobile browsers is characteristically text-based or low-graphic and possibly written in languages that were considered for mobile computing such as WML (wireless markup language) otherwise CHTML (compact HTML).  Most current mobile browsers these days can display regular HTML.[1]The earliest mobile browser was Apple's NetHopper, which was released in 1996 for PDAs. 

Smartphones have become much more than just communication devices, and it’s years since they’ve been viewed just as that. In addition to playing the role of a capable media player, portable gaming device and personal information manager, your smartphone is probably your choice for all sorts of casual web browsing as well.


Mobile Browser, Optimized Net Hopper, PADS, Mobile Phones.

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