There are dozens of great web browsers available for Android, depending on the features you're looking for. Whether it's syncing with your desktop, or super-speedy browsing, or support for flash navigation, you have options galore—some of them popular, others not so much. This week we're going to look at five of the best Android browsers, based on your nominations. More »
Android: There's nothing major to announce in the latest version of Google's official Chrome browser for Android, but today they've announce that it's finally out of beta: More »
Android: Previously mentioned browser tab-migrating SendTab now has an unofficial Android app, allowing you to easily send tabs from Chrome, Firefox, or Safari to your Android device and back again. While Android and Chrome users have Chrome to Phone, SendTab's service doesn't lock you into one browser or device and makes it easy to go between all your devices with just a few clicks or taps. More »
If you've got an Android device running Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0), you can now download the beta version of Google's Chrome browser from the Android Market, complete with many of the things we love about Chrome—like bookmark syncing and Incognito mode—but on your mobile device. More »
<!-- videoId: 29351194 --><!-- /videoId: 29351194 --> Web/Android: Want to ramp up your address book? Sure you do.
Web/Chrome/Android/iOS: Springpad is a free service that allows you to save places, notes, itemsand more to your account for future reference. The service just got a lot more social with today's update: now you can connect Springpad to your Facebook account to automatically show you items that your friends like, places they visit, and more in case you want to save them to your account. More »
Chrome/Firefox: Kido'z TV creates a gated version of YouTube, allowing your kids to access thousands of moderator-approved videos sorted into twelve channels. Kids can save favorite videos to a playlist and there is a channel where you can add YouTube videos for your child that have not yet made it through the approval process. More »