I’ve only tried streaming through apps like Spotify, YouTube or Netflix, and those work properly even when on a 3G connection. Don’t think I’ve ever tried streaming through my browser. You might try installing the Google Chrome browser. It’s generally a safer bet to not use the default Android browser because other browsers are continually updated. The default browser doesn’t receive any new updates. In fact, in newer versions of Android, the Android browser is gone and replaced by Google Chrome.
Another alternative browser is Firefox which should be pretty good too.
I’m very glad for your both your answers. I’ve just purchased my Fairphone and just need to get an idea of the possibilities and limitations. I know that flash is no-go when designing to mobile, but also there seems to be limitations in HTML5 (canvas-element) and compatibility matters as my test indicates.
A question though, excuse my appearent noobishness: Do you have any indications of integrity – meaning that Chrome (or Firefox) shows the same – whether displayed on different droid-devices ie. Samsung, HTC, Sony – and FP1 and 2?
Can one expect that the Android base makes the devices works identical on identical apps?
The Dolphin browser supports Flash. With Dolphin and Flash 11.1 (mentioned by @Stefan) I can listen at sverigesradio.se. Takes some time (30 secs or so) before the sound starts, but then it runs OK.
I guess that the SR Play app is more convenient, though.
I can confirm that. Wgen a web page doesn’t work for me on Firefox, I usually switch to the default Android browser and there it works. I don’t like it this way because of the security issues which have been discussed, but sometimes it’s the only way to view web content on the FP.