Sam Caplat · May 11, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Dolphin HD 5 Browser Private Beta

The Android Market’s “most popular web browser is being updated to version 5.0″, so says the Dolphin Browser Blog. Thanks to XDA member Androidboy35961, who made us aware of this fact. The new update to the browser will feature at Google’s developer conference. However, if you’re not able to make it to San Francisco for any particular reason, (a big one being that there is a gigantic body of water in the way, at least for me), you can apply to be added to the private beta test list.

I know I’m applying, but the big question is, are you? Want to know what you have to do to apply? Well, it’s simple. First things first, follow Dolphin on Twitter and Facebook. Simple enough so far, right? Next, tell Dolphin “Why would you be a good Dolphin 5.0 tester?”, using the hashtag #dolphinhd5 or the mention @dolphinbrowser.

Dolphin will then wade through all of the applications and let you know today or tomorrow. So act quickly, get your applications in!

Originally posted on blog.dolphin-browser.com

  • Follow us on Twitter or become our fans on Facebook
  • Tell us “Why would you be a good Dolphin HD v5.0 beta tester?”, using hashtag #dolphinhd5 and should @dolphinbrowser  if you choose leave message on twitter.
  • According to your reasons, we will pick the most persuasive messages and the corresponding followers or fans to be our beta version testers.
  • Don’t forget to leave your email address to us when you send us the short messages, so that we can contact you directly
  • We will send you the download link around May 10.

Head on over to the original thread if you want a chance to be selected!


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