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What are the best browsers for iPad?

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    Bruce Bowman
    Written on September 13, 2017
    "Opera isn't bad, not bad at all. Though I personally have a limited experience with it. That being said none of my experiences were sour, so I'd say give it a go."
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      Patrick Brewer
      Written on October 30, 2017
      "Dolphin is actually a pretty solid browser in my opinion. People are normally bound to the traditional ones, such as Opera, Chrome, Safari.. but if you want something solid, designed for iPads, give this a go."
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      Jessica Harper
      Written on October 29, 2017
      "Lets face it Chrome has beat every browser competitor out there again and again. There is no better browser out for any platform at this time."
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      Phillip Taylor
      Written on November 7, 2017
      "My grandparents are getting older but are still interested in keeping up with technology. They love to use their tablets and are always looking for the best browsers for their Ipads. I told them to give the Puffin Web Browser a shot. They took my advice and have been extremely pleased with the browser. They love how fast the browser is and how easy and convenient it is to use."


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      Nicholas Oliver
      Written on November 2, 2017
      "Unlike most browsers for mobile, Sleipnir lets you install extensions and customize the browser your way. The browser is fast and easy to use with bookmarks and other features you would come to expect from a modern browser."
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      Jane Torres
      Written on November 1, 2017
      "This is an OK web browser. I still prefer safari. It takes a while to load."
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      Albert Hopkins
      Written on October 27, 2017
      "Opera is hands down the best browser for iPad. It is fast and secure and is updated very frequently to make it even much better. The interface is also modern and keeps getting user friendly and features increase"

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    Best browsers for iPad
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Dolphin Web Browser for iPad Apps 89 Free
    2 Google Chrome Software 76 Free
    3 Puffin Web Browser Apps 49 Free
    4 Sleipnir Mobile Apps 33 Free
    5 iCab Mobile (Web Browser) Apps 29 Free
    6 Opera browser Software 18 Free

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