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The best web browsers

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When it comes to web browsers, most of us just use whichever one is already installed on our computer or phone without a second thought. However, the fact is that all web browsers aren’t created equal–some are fast, while others are slow (we’re looking at you, Internet Explorer!), and some have unique features that others don’t. Finding the browser that works best for you can make a huge difference in the quality of your online experience, so it’s important to take the time to figure it out.

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Which web browsers are the best?

Wondering which browser is best for you? Luckily, we’ve already done the research for you.

UC Browser

UC Browser is a lesser-known browser designed for use across multiple platforms, including PCs, Apple computers, and Android devices. UC Browser is also advantageous because it’s specifically geared towards mobile phones.

Another benefit of UC Browser is that it’s extremely easy to navigate. Although some browsers require a lot of time to get used to, UC Browser has clear, user-intuitive buttons, and most users become accustomed to it very quickly. It’s also worth mentioning that UC Browser is equipped with night mode to help preserve your device’s battery life and protect your eyes from bright screens at night.

Tired of obnoxious ads when you’re just trying to read an article or scroll a website online? If you choose to use UC Browser, you’re in luck–it comes with the ability to block ads.

Google Chrome

Most people are more than familiar with Google Chrome. Easy to use and reliable, Chrome is popular for a reason, but it also comes with some drawbacks. For example, Google decided to remove some of the ad-blocking software, an announcement that disappointed many Chrome fans. Because Chrome is owned and operated by Google, some users also raise suspicions about privacy concerns associated with data tracking and targeted advertising. However, if this is something that concerns you, it can be easily solved by using a virtual private network, such as ExpressVPN, while you’re online.

Another benefit of using Chrome is the ability to use Chrome extensions. Although many extensions don't work with lesser-known web browsers, most are made specifically for Chrome. For example, Chrome is compatible with the free Mulberry browser extension, which allows you to get alerts about product protection options and earn money as you’re shopping. However, with other browsers, such as UC Browser, Firefox, and Internet Explorer, you can’t install the Mulberry extension.

Finally, another benefit of using Google Chrome is that you’ll have the option of using Chrome dark mode. It’s easier on your eyes and helps your battery to last longer.


If you own a Mac, you’ve undoubtedly had at least some experience using Safari. Ranking in second place for most used browsers, Safari falls only below Chrome in popularity. Although it isn’t as intuitive and user-friendly as Chrome, Safari does have some perks that Chrome doesn’t, such as reading mode and cross compatibility across Apple devices.

For example, have you ever started a browser search on one device, only to get interrupted and have to restart your search later on another device? When using Safari, if you start browsing on your computer, you’ll have the option to continue the same search on your iPhone, a feature known as Handoff.

Which web browser is best?

As you can see, when it comes to choosing the best web browser, there are several contenders. Ultimately, it comes down to what you value most when you’re searching online.

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Kim Miller

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Kim Miller is the Head of Consumer Marketing at Mulberry. She is passionate about building products and brands that make consumers happy, save them money and make their lives easier. Have an innovative idea for Mulberry you'd like to share? Give her a shout! She'd love to chat about anything from fintech and UX to gardening and antiquing.

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