Features and Add-ons
When screen real estate is limited, such as with a smartphone, extra features aren’t necessarily a good thing. Still, some features are almost necessary, such as Tabbed Browsing. Others, like Gestures, may seem a bit more extravagant. It all comes down to personal preference.
|Features and Add-ons||Tabs||Pinch-Zooming||Gestures||Smart Address Bar||Themes|
|Opera Mobile||Hidden||Yes||No||Yes (Split)||No|
|Opera Mini||Hidden||Yes||No||Yes (Split)||No|
Dolphin HD has the most features to offer, including a collection of available add-ons. Dolphin Mini shares many of these features but does away with a few to keep its minimalistic design. Gesture Shortcuts can be very useful if you care to commit them to memory.
Firefox also has a large list of features. More impressive, though, is its ever-growing list of add-ons. This gives it the potential to have many great features, but allows the user a choice of which to install.