ONE Browser is a good alternative to the better known browsers. If you've had enough of Chrome, Opera, or Firefox, and are looking for something a bit different, then this is certainly worth a try.
Loads of useful functions
Browsers on mobile phones often feel a tad lacking. They all offer the same base set of features, and only differ in their smaller detail. ONE Browser, on the other hand, is a little different. The streamlined search function (accessed from the address bar) insures your pages all load rapidly, while a “speed dial” screen allows you to create short cuts to all of your regularly visited pages.
This may not seem that revolutionary, but it’s under the hood of this little browser that things get interesting. These unseen features include data compression, allowing it to save multiple pages without clogging up your phone’s limited memory. On hand to speed up your browsing is the ability to disable images. ONE Browser also gives you the option to take snapshots or select areas by hand (or finger) to save, and download files from the web and HTML5 to ensure you will always be able to quickly find exactly what you need.
Simplicity is the key
Navigating ONE Browser is simple. The homescreen holds all of your bookmarked pages, while a collapsible bottom beam elegantly shows your active tabs – all of which can be displayed in either a landscape or portrait view.
In terms of its looks, ONE Browser doesn't stand out, with no spectacular animation or design elements. But that's okay because its minimal aesthetic serves to not distract from your browsing experience.
A good alternative?
ONE Browser is an interesting alternative to other mobile browsers for Android. It has many useful features, while offering simple navigation to suit all needs.