Android has always been capable of multitasking, but only being able to access one app at a time is very limiting. OverSkreen takes a cue from TouchWiz’s Mini Apps and lets you use a browser on top of other apps. You can even open up several instances of OverSkreen to have side by side browsers.
With the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 on the market running Ice Cream Sandwich, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 launching tomorrow which also runs Ice Cream Sandwich, and a plethora of Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs available for the Honeycomb Galaxy Tabs, I think it is time to make a post about my favorite browser. My favorite…
they are not nearly as great on tablets with larger screens and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Fixing this permanently requires you to replace the framework-res.apk located in /system/framework. You need some basic knowledge about modifying Android devices to do this. If you are competent enough, then you can continue.
Just download the correct framework for your firmware version and push it over to /system/framework. You can find your firmware version go into Settings > About tablet > Build number.
Download your framework after the break.
HDblog uploaded a video earlier this week demonstrating different browsers on the Galaxy Tab 10.1V that is available to some starting today. The video examines the speed and quality of the default Honeycomb browser, Dolphin Browser, and Opera Mobile. The results are consistent for the most part on the original Galaxy Tab, but the default browser has definitely started to catch up.
Video after the break.
No doubt, you have noticed that the default web browser on the Galaxy Tab is sluggish. What you may not know is that you have many alternative options. Today we are bringing you a speed test comparison of five different browsers – Default Browser, Dolphin Browser HD, Miren Browser, Mozilla Firefox Web Browser, and Skyfire Web Browser 3.0.