Windows Phone naturally includes a mobile version of Internet Explorer, just as iOS includes Safari.
The browser interface is as minimal as possible.
Both portrait and landscape modes are naturally supported.
IE has a reading mode, like Safari’s Reader feature.
Tapping the button to the left of the address bar shows the tabs interface, which is a grid of open tabs, with content previews. Tabs can be closed from here, via the Close button.
You can also see the tabs that are open in IE on your other devices, via the Other section of the tabs view.
Pinch-to-zoom also works as you’d expect on web pages, and double-tapping to auto-zoom to the tapped content area.