In the ongoing war of Android web browsers, and while iPhone owners are leaping for joy just because Opera Mini recently got approved, the idea of Android being “open” has had no better example of that freedom than the new web browsers being pushed out for it. For example, the stock Android browser is fast, but Opera Mini is faster, with the cost of actual rendering. Skyfire supports Flash, and has speed, but is missing proper multitouch gestures. Firefox (or Fennec) will debut with a nearly full browsing experience, but Dolphin Browser HD on the other hand combines all of the above, with awesome rendering and speed (but works only on Android 2.0+ devices). With YouTube (full site) support and multitouch. And extensions. And it’s free. Click the “read more” for YouTube video, after the break, per usual.