Good alternative browser: Dolphin HD Video
Good alternative browser: Dolphin HD Video Transcript
Let's face it, the mobile browser is the default app. More than any other, this is the one app that's most likely to get the (??) of your attention. Instead of wondering why default mobile browsers currently suck, oh, so very hard. Go get yourself and alternative, (kind of?) (??). And in this first look video, we're going to go swimming on the internet with Dolphin HD. Dolphin HD is a browser alternative that offers features we consider the basics on PCs but for some reason are still trickling into mobile. There's tap browsing, add ons for (hooking?) up the browser and cross device sinking called Dolphin Connect for Android users. Sync is on it's way for the Mac though. The connect feature's quite cool and let's you mirror your preferences bookmarks and gestures. The browser will ask you to create a Dolphin account when you use it for the first time and you can also sign up using your Google or Facebook account. Gestures are a big feature on Dolphin, letting you open bookmarks, close tabs and navigate pages. Another nifty one is the (Web Z?), which streamlines lenghty articles for easier reading. As far as performance goes, Dolphin definitely knows a few tricks that uses the default browsers rendering engine, which is web (??) based on both Android and IOS, so you'll see similar page load times to the default. Of course, the iPhone prevents you from changing the default browser from Safari and the Android doesn't but for people who want the added features, Dolphin is well worth it. For the first look at Dolphin HD, I'm Seth (Rosenbaum?).
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