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.
Want something on the XDA Portal? Send us a tip!
Sony’s Electronics Division is not in its best days, and its smartphone products are seemingly an important cause of this. The Japanese giant’s Xperia line has been on the decline in terms of sales, and these past few months have been particularly damaging to the company due to the Xperia Z4’s market performance. Sony’s Q1 results were also not favorable, as its mobile division lost $184 million and sales slumped 16% year-on-year. Not too long ago we featured a...
HTC's 2015 has been a year marked by a desperate search for revenue. The HTC One M9 launched with its own launcher complete with a Smart Folder in the Sense Home Widget. This automatic pseudo-folder would populate with "suggestions" that were nothing more than thinly-veiled ads. Just over a month ago, HTC began placing advertisements (that can thankfully be disabled) in Blinkfeed. These Blinkfeed ads appeared after Yelp advertisements began appearing on HTC's Lock screen. Users, expectedly, voiced dissatisfaction all...
Samsung has dropped the price of both the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge by €100, making the current retail price of these phones €599 and €699, respectively. Though no new prices have been announced stateside, a cut is expected soon. (more…)