Dolphin Browser heads to the iPhone

Aug 30, 2011
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Dolphin Browser heads to the iPhone

The Dolphin Browser has been one of the most popular third-party web browsers for the Android platform and now it's making its way to the iPhone. The browser is developed by MoboTap, which has just released a free iOS version of Dolphin that's built to work on top of Safari.

Dolphin lets you interact and engage with the web in an intuitive way that's much more convenient on smaller touchscreens. It features a gestures functionality that lets you draw a sign as a shortcut for a specific command. For instance, drawing a "V" gesture on any web site will bring you to the bottom of the page. New gestures can be added for customized and convenient web browsing experience.

Other features include Dolphin's Webzine for viewing web content in a new way, tabbed browsing, sidebar for accessing bookmarks, smart address bar for better URL predictions, and a Speed Dial feature that makes it a snap to get to your favorite sites. Take a look at the below video to see the Dolphin browser in action.

[via VentureBeat]


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