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Javascript-supported browser apps

Aside from chrome and safari,
what are some other browser apps that are able to perform javascript-based operations?
TIA!

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You'll have to reveal more.

OK, Tablets? Check.

At the office I have tablets with:
1. iOS
2. Android
3. Windows 10

So to list all the browsers that run Jscripts is well, sorry that's way too many and I may not find them all.

Can you tell what's up?

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ok

I just need to have at least five browsers on my ipad, that's allWink
Rig now I have chrome, safari and opera mini installed but the latter most is not jscript-supported.

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Re: browsers

As far as I know, all browsers support Javascript.

How many browsers did you find in the App Store for iOS? How many did you try? Which ones didn't work at some pages from your test set because of supporting insufficient Javascript?
In fact, what is your testset?

Kees

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So, for iOS on iPad

That would be whatever you find in Apple's App Store. That's something you can do on your own. I'd stick with Safari and Chrome on my iPad.

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