If you’re tired of Safari and looking for a browser that’s more fully featured to use on your iPad, you may want to check out Dolphin Browser, which was just released in the App Store.
Dolphin Browser is the most popular third party browser on Android, and when it was released for the iPhone, it quickly became the number one productivity app. Now you can get the browser for your iPad, and enjoy gesture-based browsing, tabs, Dolphin’s signature Webzine, and more.
With gesture browsing, drawing a “T” will open up Twitter, and an “F” will open up Facebook. Drawing a “V” will automatically take you to the end of a webpage. Gestures are customizable, and users of the Dolphin Browser will be able to create their own personal gestures while in gesture mode.
The Dolphin Browser uses its Dolphin Webzine to organize articles into an elegant magazine format. With Webzine, users can read articles by flipping left and right, and scrolling down. A tap opens an article in an easy-to-read full-screen format.
With a single tap, Dolphin can input full URLs using the Speed Dial bookmarking shortcut, and tabbed browsing will let you open multiple web pages and switch between them with ease.
Want to try the Dolphin Browser HD? Get it in the App Store, where it’s available for free. Leave us a comment and let us know what you think of the Dolphin Browser.