Sam Caplat · Jun 2, 2011 at 09:00 pm

Dolphin Browser HD 5 — We’re Out of Beta!

Do you remember that Dolphin Browser private beta that I wrote about several weeks ago? Only a few managed to get in the closed beta, but thanks to them, the app was refined and crafted over a long period to make sure that the final version was really impressive. The final product is finally here available to you all as an ‘out-of-beta’ version!

“What’s new?”, I hear you ask. Well, for starters, there are new add-ons, allowing for AdBlocker, Password Manager, and a whole lot more. There has also been a bunch of improvements made to the user interface, including the ability to slide right to access the add-on bar, slide left to access the bookmark toolbar and a full screen toggle.

Some fantastic developments, wouldn’t you agree? And coupled with the immense speed that this browser offers, I can assure you that you will not regret heading on over to the original thread, hitting that thanks button and showing your support to the thread starter, theonew.


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