One of the worst problems we face while using Android phones is the fact that the browsers often crash, for no apparent reason. It is a problem that has dogged smartphones for quite some time now, and it always takes a lot of restarts to get the browser up and running again. It is always compatibility issues and hardware limitations that are what cause these crashes, and in this article we will address these. Also, as far as the browsers go, both Google and Samsung have switched to Google Chrome as the stock browser and this has made life much easier for the users
An old phone is one of the top causes of crashing browsers – anything that is less than 1GB RAM and doesn’t have a respectable processor is going to have a hard time loading content onto the browser. Flagship phones from three or four years will now be wildly outdated, and budget phones available today do better than them.
The number of apps used may also be clogging RAM space, and your browser’s trouble may be because of too less RAM available. For this, you need to go to Settings, and observe all the apps running to see which one is taking the most RAM. Facebook and messaging apps tend to accumulate space, and you might want to delete/disable them for better browser performance.
Your browser, even if it is the most updated one, can not handle 50 tabs at once. Google Chrome offline content on tabs that are not in use and downloads again when you reopen the tab, but some browsers can not do that. Use only one or two tabs if your browser keeps crashing.