Dolphin was released more than four years ago, but has managed to remain relevant with features such as Dolphin Sonar, which allows you to search for things with your voice ("search on eBay for Nike Shoes" and "go to Google.com"), as well as Share content on social networking sites.
You can do many of these things with artificial intelligence assistants today, but it's still good to have it integrated into a browser. Gesture navigation allows you to mark web pages with gestures like your fingers, and Webzine, Dolphin's response to Flipboard, adds more than 300 web sources in a variety of disciplines in an offline "magazine" summary.
Dolphin is competitive in other ways. Like Firefox and Puffin, it supports add-ons, tabbed browsing, private browsing, password synchronization, and deletes ads with a built-in ad blocker. It is synchronized through Dolphin Connect, too. Just log in to your Google or Facebook account, install the corresponding Chrome or Firefox extension on your computer and your tabs, history and bookmarks will be synchronized in the background. Dolphin is also one of the best browsers for the iPhone, and there is a reason for that.
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