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November 12, 2007

The Web in Google's Mobile Browser

Android's SDK offers an emulator that, among other things, lets you use the browser. Google used WebKit, an application framework that also powers Safari and Nokia's S60 browser.

Android's browser does a good job at rendering complex web pages, but it doesn't have Flash support and it's really slow. You can zoom in, zoom out and move inside a web page. Here are some popular web sites rendered by an early version of Android's browser.

Useragent.org:


Gmail:


Google Maps:


NY Times:


Yahoo:


Digg:


YouTube video:


Adobe:


Acid2 Browser Test:


Apple's iPhone site:


iGoogle:



{ Idea by Luka. }

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