The ACCESS NetFront Life Android browser just hit the Android Market and this web browser offers some unique user interface qualities which helps it stand out from the crowd.
The NetFront browser is HTML5-compliant and it’s actually pretty nice for one-handed operations. One of the coolest things about it is that it will actually tilt along with the device: you can hold the device diagonally and the NetFront browser will adjust the content accordingly.
Zooming with the NetFront browser is handled using a button and this is better for one-handed use but I still miss the ability to pinch to zoom. Additionally, I prefer the way that the standard Android browser formats the content for the screen.
The NetFront Android browser also includes the ability to create a scrapbook of sorts by circling parts of the web page with your finger. This actually works better than you’d expect.
The little, green robot is filled with multiple third-party browsers like Skyfire and Dolphin HD but the new product from ACCESS does enough to give it a shot. You may not use it as your full-time browser, but it’s worth the free download to tool around with.