What’s inside your pocket

It gets very clumsy when we have “Too many” choices and its at it peak when we choose out a wrong alternative. Increasing choices many times only increase the probability of making wrong choices. And the same applies to our mobile browsers. Today there are about hundreds of mobile browser some of them are really a fly on nose, some are so great and featurefull as you. So, which are the best, I have made an attempt to figure
that out. I choose only those browsers which are compatible to J2ME/MIDP as (about) all the mobiles sets today have support for Java. I used the top 3 browsers : our favorite opera, the great UC, and featurefull bolt. Most of the mobile browsers work on SERVER-SERVER-CLIENT model, these three giants do so.

In SERVER-SERVER-CLIENT model request are made to an ‘intermediate-server’, this ‘intermediate-server’ fetches web-pages (according to request made) then compress them, optimize them and then send these compressed web pages to our mobiles.

Below is a tabular comparison of various feature of these browsers.
Marking scheme: */5

Now I think you would be very clear on that which browser suits your needs best.

What!! not very clear ok I am here:

Use Bolt :
* If you are a social guy (it supports direct posting to FB/Twitter)
* If you want full desktop view in your mobile (split screen/i loved the most of it)

Use Opera :
* If you want best UI
* If you want best page rendering

Use UC Browser:
* If you want fastest and cheapest web surfing (its compression ratio is much higher than others)
* If you are a download guy(I loved the most and depend on its DM superior capabilities)

Sources: wikipedia, cnet, my handson practical(i was unable to link it)

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