Dolphin browser softwares have been serving the iPhone for a pretty long time now. Not that it needs a replacement, but getting updated with time is essential. MoboTap, the team behind the popular Dolphin browsers has introduced their newer version of the same.
The new version would find its application in iPad and iPhone. The browser which was made available for free was first designed for Android operating systems. It was in March 2010 when the company first signed its deal with the Softbank Japan for the development of a browser for the Androids.
The new browsers simplifies the user interaction with the phone while using it for internet surfing. By providing Tabs and slide bars, it eases the navigation through the browser. The quick access options allow instant access from the listed favourites and it even fills the URL automatically in the address bar while typing in it.
Another specialty of the browser is that it allows user to make customised symbols for each of their favourite web pages for easy and quick access. Yongzhi Yang, the chief executive officer for Mobo Tap commenting on the new browser said that, months have been spent for the complete makeover of the Dolphin software making it apt for iPhone.
Another highlight of the Dolphin browser is its capability to display the web page lists in the form of thumbnails. The feature is named Webzine. With the touch gestures feature provided by the new browser, it will be now possible to predefine gestures which in turn will be followed by the desired pre set action by the browser. The touch gesture box is in the bottom of the web page. Suppose if a ‘V' is gestured, it would take straight to the bottom of the web page. The gesture can be activated by touching the finger button in the bottom.
A most desirable feature in the desktop browsers, the option for opening a new tab sustaining other opened sites along side will now be featured in the newer version Dolphin browsers. With the improved Dolphin browsers, new tabs can be opened and viewed in the phone. Some sites don't offer mobile phone supports while some automatically limits the web site feeds when accessed by mobiles limiting the features of the website partially. With the new browsers it is possible to toggle between the two modes. Users can go to the desktop version of a site as well as the mobile phone version.