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Dolphin Browser HD

Dolphin Browser HD

Dolphin Browser HD is a web browser for the Android platform which adapts the way users want to browse the mobile web.

This app uses the Webkit engine and the native platform rendering capabilities, which allows for a small disk footprint.

Dolphin Browser HD in action


  • Tabbed browsing
  • Sidebars - both left and right to launch additional features
  • Speed Dial - add up to 10 sites on Speed Dial for instant access to your favourite sites
  • Smart Address Bar with auto-completing URL and context menus
  • Dolphin Webzine lets users select content from over 300 sources on topics such as technology, business, music, and lifestyle. With one tap, see all the latest articles of your favourite website
  • Toggle Webzine feature; when selected this checks a site against known sites with Webzine capability
  • Flash support
  • Bookmark folder
  • Window thumbnail mode
  • Sync with Google bookmark
  • Gestural navigation which makes it easy to traverse your current tab history, bookmark, close the current tab, refresh pages, and more
  • Multi-touch zoom
  • More than 60 Add-ons to choose from including Dolphin Translate, Dolphin Read Later, Last Pass, Near Me, Web to PDF, Shiny Shake, eBay Search, Dolphin FM, Wikipedia Search, Text Sizer, and many more
  • User Agent is the browsing mode you use when viewing webpages. Desktop view is a mode similar to your PC
  • GWT
  • Backup data
  • Colourful themes
  • Import bookmarks
  • Internationalization support with 16 languages
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Dolphin Browser
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Dolphin Browser HD has a fresh interface, an impressive gesture command system, extensibility, and is highly configurable. Whilst it has the slowest SunSpider benchmarks of all software featured in this article, this is not portrayed in regular use.


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