1. Bmilano3161's Avatar
    The built-in browser on my Transformer is a bit clunky.

    I use Firefox on my laptop; any suggestion for the tablet?

    The keyboard leaves lots of room for improvement. WhenI type the letters dont always get recognized, as you cn see from this senence

    Anyone else notice this problem?
    05-29-2012 03:06 PM
  2. huffphil's Avatar
    I am a fan of the ics+ browser on my transformer. Love using the quick controls.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    05-29-2012 05:54 PM
  3. drekosh's Avatar
    I find Firefox for Android to be clunky. Same with Chrome beta. For me, the standard browser in ICS works great. If the keyboard is the issue, you can change that.

    Sent from my Transformer TF101 using Android Central Forums
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    05-29-2012 08:31 PM
  4. krlseidl's Avatar
    05-31-2012 08:18 PM
  5. pete1118's Avatar
    I have been using the Chrome beta with good success so far.

    Sent from my ADR6400L using Tapatalk 2
    06-02-2012 11:04 AM
  6. bryanw504's Avatar
    I also find the ics browser better than chrome beta and others. As far as the keyboard try SwiftKey I prefer that over stock. Once chrome comes out of beta hopefully soon it should run better but for me it's still to buggy at the moment on the prime.
    06-02-2012 11:09 AM
  7. Suntan's Avatar
    I am partial to the Opera browser. I like keeping the title bar visible at all times, and it just seems a little faster than the stock browser. Also, it seems to get hung up less than the stock browser on website, like Amazon.com being an example.

    06-10-2012 01:13 PM
  8. Danmi's Avatar
    Using Dolphin HD!

    Sent from my ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T using Android Central Forums
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    07-19-2012 10:14 AM
  9. njgsx96's Avatar
    Stock ICS browser user here although i honestly do not see much differences when I tried out Chrome and Dolphin.
    07-23-2012 10:11 AM
  10. flagtrax's Avatar
    I Thought the same of the built-in as well until I got used to it. Occasionally I'll use Chrome just to deviate and not get "too settled in". I always seem to go back to the default. As far as the keyboard issue you speak of, remember that the screen is a capacitive device. Where your fingers (both) are at any given time can effect it. I've found myself with my "holding" hand sometimes too close to the screen, effecting the outcome of tapping. For lots of typing I use the docking station.
    01-11-2013 09:53 AM
  11. displacedtexan's Avatar
    I use Chrome on all my devices, and SwiftKey on all my Android devices.
    10-03-2013 11:43 AM