Smartphone and tablets are great for browsing the web so here's how to set your browser homepage on Android.
There are a number of browsers which you can download for Android including Dolphin, Opera and Firefox. However, there are two effectively 'default' browsers which we're going to stick to for this guide – the Android browser and Chrome.
How to set browser homepage on Android
The standard Android browser is likely to come pre-loaded on your smartphone or tablet. It's typically called 'Internet' or 'Browser. Here's how to set your homepage in the Android browser.
Locate and open the Android browser. It might be on your homescreen but you can definitely find it in the app menu.
Hit the menu button which is either, depending on your version of Android and skin, three lines next to your home button or three dots.
Now click Settings.
Open the 'General' section of the settings menu.
Now click 'Set homepage' at the top of the screen.
Here there are multiple options for setting your homepage. The easiest is to click current page but you can also type the page by selecting 'Custom page'.
Google Android devices are also likely to come with Chrome, possibly as well as the Android browser. Unfortunately, the Android version of Chrome doesn't allow you to set the homepage. Instead it will show you a selection of suggested pages based on your browsing habits.