Just because a cell phone comes with a mobile browser doesn't mean that the stock browser is your only option for surfing the Internet, however. There are a number of alternative browsers for Android, iOS and BlackBerry devices, and you can change your mobile Web browser directly from your Internet-enabled smartphone.
1: Tap the "App Store" icon on the iPhone's home screen, followed by the "Search" icon at the bottom of the App Store application window.
2: Type the name of the mobile browser you want to download, then tap "Search" to search for the application. Opera, Mercury and Mango are a few of the Safari alternatives available on the iTunes App Store.
3: Tap the name of the mobile browser you want to install. Tap the "Free" button, followed by the "Install" button to install the browser onto the iPhone.
4: Tap the new browser's application icon on the iPhone's home screen to launch the browser.
5: Tap the "Market" icon on the Android device's home screen to launch the Android Market, then tap the "Search" icon.
6: Type the name of the browser alternative you want to download, then tap the "Enter" button. Dolphin, Skyfire and Steel are a few of the Android mobile browser alternatives available on the Android Market.
7: Tap the name of the mobile browser in the list of search results, then tap "Install" to install the browser onto the Android device.
8: Tap "Menu | Settings | Applications | Manage Applications."
9: Tap the "Browser" option, followed by the "Clear Defaults" button. The next time you attempt to perform a task that requires the use of a Web browser, you will be prompted to select the new default browser. Select the mobile browser you installed to set it as the device's default browser.
10: Select the BlackBerry browser application on the BlackBerry device's home screen to launch the browser.
11: Navigate to m.opera.com and select the "Download Opera Mini" link to download and install the Opera Mini browser onto your BlackBerry device.
12: Select the Opera Mini browser to launch the application.