Opera makes a fine Chromium-based desktop browser, but on mobile is where they often make strides. Their classic Android browser now includes a cookie dialog blocker, improved home shortcuts, and more.
If you've grown tired of answering those annoying browser prompts every time a website wants to show you notifications or know your location, you can turn the messages off forever with a few clicks in every major browser.
After months of development Opera has released a revamped Android browser. The all new interface has a main page that shows feeds and adjacent tabs which you can also customize. Speed dial is still there along with an improved address bar and various navigation settings like ad blocking.