It’s hard to imagine a world without Google. But every time you use Google or Google Chrome, your information and habits are stored and used to serve targeted ads and more. Tap or click here for a good reason to stop using Google Chrome on your smartphone.

What if you’re tired of Chrome and want an alternative? Google Chrome comes pre-installed for obvious reasons if you have an Android phone. But that doesn’t mean you have to use it.

There are other options if you want to avoid Chrome for privacy reasons or if you don’t like the layout. Here are five of the best browser alternatives to use on your Android phone.

1. DuckDuckGo Privacy Browser

If your primary concern with Chrome is privacy, DuckDuckGo is the browser you can use. Its main claim to fame is a completely private browsing experience. No tracking, no bots and secure in-browser encryption keep you safe. Use the fire button to clear your tabs and browsing data with the press of a button.

As a secure browser, the downside may be that you won’t get personalized ads if you like it.

2.Firefox

Mozilla Firefox has been around as a desktop browser for a while, and it shouldn’t surprise you that there’s an Android version. Well, if you used it a few years ago, it has a whole new look.

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First, you can see all of your open tabs, searches, and bookmarks. The new design is clean and user-friendly and also adapts to your habits. By using AI technology, the more often you use Mozilla, the more it understands your browsing habits.

You can also opt out of the standard settings and opt for a more privacy-based browsing experience.

3. Brave Private Web Browser

Are you concerned about malware and pop-ups? Brave Private Web Browser will solve these problems for you and give you a fast and easy browsing experience. As an incognito browser, it will not save your history.

You’ll also browse the web up to four times faster than standard browsers, saving battery life and protecting privacy on your Android.

4. Opera Browser

Besides having a built-in ad blocker, Opera has a clean and user-friendly design. It also uses AI technology to give you a personalized news feed that updates every time you use it. Worried about privacy? Use private browser mode for complete privacy.

5.Vivaldi

Vivaldi has everything you could want in a browser. Get ad and pop-up blockers, custom themes and layouts, real tabs, and the ability to save your favorites.

Vivaldi’s winning feature is its built-in translation tool that allows you to translate pages using Vivaldi Translate. It’s also available on other devices, including PCs, so you can seamlessly navigate between devices.

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