question about safari alternatives

iOS & iPadOS
hi all,,, up till very recently i haven't used safari much on my iphone and when i used it i found it worked ok. However since my laptop developed problems i have been using safari much more. I have found that focus on webpages can be quite unstable and i now understand why people complain about voiceover being buggy with safari and i do think apple needs to work on fixing this as text nabigation on pages is very difficult. So my question relates to safari alternatives as i do think current issues affect my speed of using the browser, do the alternative accessible browsers suffer from similar focus issues and which options are preferred by people.



Submitted by Isaac Hebert (not verified) on Monday, January 13, 2014

On the iPhone there are a lot of other options when it comes to browsers first there is firefox for the iPhone.

Submitted by Daniel on Monday, January 13, 2014

In reply to by Isaac Hebert (not verified)

Hi Firefox for iphone. Are you sure your right? I know there is Google Crome and another web browser I use personally which by the way is a payed app but well worth the price for me is called Instabrowser you might want to check out. I hope these suggestions help you in your quest to the alternative browser to Safari.

Submitted by Daniel Angus M… on Sunday, April 19, 2020

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Microsoft edge on macos is quite accessible. unlike Safari, it supports Facebook video and audio calls. Chrome does this feature too, but eventually with it, Facebook video and audio calls stop working and you can't updaate the browser.. Microsoft Edge you can relyable update and Facebook video and audio calls consistently work provided your version of edge is up-to-date.