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The output I get from caniuse.com is different and, I believe more informative - This says to me that Android Browser used to be based on its own code in 2014/2015, but is now based on the Chromium 81. This is backed up by https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33998074/what-is-the-engine-of-android-native-browser. It is interesting to note that the Android ...


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If 100% of your users use the Android browser according to your server logs then, yes, you should be worried. I had two restaurants I created web sites for. One was next to a large financial institution and many of their employees ate at that restaurant for lunch. Logs showed that visitors to their web site had something like 60% visitors using IE9 (a while ...


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