Too many unfulfilled promises Love the clean design, and it does seem faster and more stable than some others I've used, but a lot of features seem to be there in name only - in particular, I'm genuinely not sure the adblocker does anything at all. This could really be my favorite if they get it fully working, but right now it feels like an afterthought at best.
Maybe the best browser for Android I've been using mercury many years on iOS and currently on my freshly owned Android device and I think that it's one of the fastest browsers with almost every feature you're gonna need. I rate it 4 starts because it's only lacking one crucial feature: password manager. I hope that it will be implemented soon!
Best Replaced Chrome and Firefox on all devices. It really works faster and the features are a bonus. It's very sleek and the design is ideal. It's not cluttered as my other browsers. Only complaint is, it's on my iPad, and I fell in love with the gif/picture saving feature where I can save them into the browser file. I need all the space I can get, and I could download into that file without taking up vital memory. It won't do this on my tablet? I tried. Saves to my device, not to Mercury file. Help? :( Thanks
Great browser Nice browser, had installed it once and then quickly went to another. Recent upgrades have pushed this to #1. Suggest maybe to allow more options for side swipe gesture or floating tab, specifically opening bookmarks. That would make it 5*!
Used to be best Andriod browser Original Review: 3/10/16. I used to love everything about this browser. With the latest update, Fickr has become my hated search engine. (I am not 12.) No matter how many times I remove this search engine and put what I desire in--it reappears on my next search. I tried clearing history, etc. I cannot delete it off customization--it is a set option. I cannot change settings, reboot phone and restart the app without Flickr reapperaing. I cannot even change my homepage in settings permanently.
Flash support is misleading I needed flash support and this was the first browser I can across with that support. Well, it's not extremely hard to find the flash option but it's not easy either. When you enable it, it tells you that flash won't work because of updates to Android 4.4. Also has you download the old Android Adobe plug-in so you'll only have Adobe Flash 11. Browser didn't seem bad but I give it a bottom score because the description is misleading.
- Minor bugs fixes.