Internet Explorer. Ah, music to our ears. Irony aside, Microsoft's browser has taken a lot of criticism, but its latest version takes a strong stand and offers speedy browsing. But it is still far from being our only choice when it comes to the web. Good news is that an IE-based solution is already out on the Marketplace and ready for download with the self-explanatory name Browser+.
Priced at just $1, Browser+ offers tabbed browsing, slightly different visuals and a “reader” view for pages. The latter renders pages in a supposedly reader-friendly view. Some other treats include Google search box in the general view and incognito surfing mode. It is still reported to have crashed a few times and some bugs were also seen. Folks have already given it a run, so check out the video below and decide for yourselves if it is worth a try. What browser would you like to see on Windows Phone 7?