Trident, Webkit and Gecko (IE, Safari, Firefox respectively). They have just launched a browser for the iPad called iLunascape , which far from allowing the rendering possibilities of the PC version, focuses on offering a tabbed user experience, similar to what iCab offers (a browser that by the way we analyzed a few months ago).
Six tabs at a time is the limit in this case, between which we can jump thanks to a bottom bar formed by buttons of everything we have open. This navigation by tabs is quite fluid, since the developers have created the interface thinking about the way you pick up an iPad and arranging the controls accordingly, both vertically and horizontally we can access everything without any problem, everything is at our fingertips.
Other options include: possibility to capture the web page we visit (only what you see on the screen friends, nothing of the whole page), management of bookmarks, save the session and the best functionality of all: it is free . So others offer similar browsers we have Atomic, Perfect or iCab Mobile but all of them have some cost, this browser on the contrary is free at the moment, so I don’t know what you are waiting to give it a try.