We subjected 11 of the best Android browsers to a series of tests and benchmarks to find out which one is the top performer. Which browser is the “fastest Android browser”? Continue reading to find out.
Dolphin Zero is a new privacy-focused browser that wants to make web surfing as private as possible. Launched today in the Play Store by the team behind the popular Dolphin Browser, the new browser delivers a minimalist, focused interface and one big feature – all traces of your personal information are deleted when you exit the browser.
The first thing you’ll definitely notice is a cleaner, more elegant design. You now can swipe to get to menus or history, for example and you can populate your Dolphin Browser home screen with the web apps you need closer to you, for easy access. The even nicer part is that apps can be grouped into folders, by just dragging them one on top of the other, so you can keep things better organized.
Just when you thougt Dolphin Browser couldn’t get any better, it does. The latest updates gave it more sharing and syncing options along with Evernote Clipping.
Popular third-party browser for Android Dolphin has received a major update in the Play Store. The update brings support for Android 4.2 that adds compatibility with the new line of Nexus devices. The app also brings performance and stability enhancements, and new features.
One of the best browsers for Android and iOS, Dolphin Browser, has hit 50 million users worldwide. To celebrate the accomplishment, they have released the Jetpack addon for their Android browser. Jetpack promises faster HTML5 speeds among other enhancements for a faster browsing experience.
The Dolphin Browser has been one of Android’s users favorite third-party browsers. Formerly known as Dolphin Browser HD, it’s now changing its name to Dolphin Browser in an effort to simplify things. The change starts with version 8.7 and it brings a series of improvements as well. The new version includes a cleaner address bar that gives more search suggestions, a better interface for tablets, and “larger space for big thumbs and small keypads.” The new update also allows for easier bookmark management and deletion of unwanted bookmarks, a shortcut directly to the Sonar, as well as “stability and performance improvements.” The launch…
In a recently published post on the company blog, Dolphin said that its Dolphin Browser, a popular mobile browser for mobile devices including Android smartphones and tablets, is the “highest performing HTML5” mobile browser out there. The company compared its product with various other browsers, across a variety of platforms, including Opera, Chrome Beta, Firefox, Windows Phone 7.5, MeeGo, Android 4.0, BlackBerry OS 7, Bada 2.0, Nokia Belle FP1, webOS 2.2, and Android 2.3, and found it to be the better browser. At the same time, the company announced the availability of Dolphin Engine (in Beta), “an improved webkit version…