Running at optimum condition is any mobile device user’s nirvana. A lagging device or a slow connection is sure to ruin a nice day, or sour some moods, at least. Optimization is key and users are quick to search for ways to save as much bandwidth, memory, or disk space as they can.
It’s time to take control over your browsing experience. The new Browser Swap app enters the Android arena as a refreshing solution to managing your favorite sites and browser preferences. If you’ve always been irked at how you can’t seem to get a handle on your surfing experience, Browser Swap is a clever app that allows you to specify which sites open with which browser–for convenient browsing. For instance, you can set YouTube.com to open with Google Chrome using the site’s desktop version. Or, you can set Firefox as the default browser for Facebook.com in its mobile version.
But, the app’s neatest feature to date is how it allows you to customize browser preferences according to your available connection–be it 2G, 3G, or Wi-Fi. Now who wouldn’t want to make optimum use of bandwidth that way?
Being able to specify if you’d rather use the desktop or mobile version of a particular website can eliminate the hassle of locating the link to use so you can switch between versions. You’ll also no longer need to manually enter the exact URL of the site’s desktop or mobile version. Plus, running sites on multiple browsers is a breeze.
Here’s a quick guide to install and set up Browser Swap on your Android device:
Do you find Browser Swap’s features useful for setting a default browser for each connection type? Or, do you use only one browser regardless of connection type?
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