Dolphin Browser keeps getting better. Like it isn’t already straightforward to use, the company wants to make it even easier. Thanks to the new Dolphin Sonar capability, now you can browse the web and search for stuff on Internet using nothing but your voice.
Simply tap the microphone icon at the bottom of the screen and say what you want to find. For instance, saying “Facebook Justin Bieber” will get you to the schmuck’s Facebook profile, while “eBay Nike shoes” will result in Dolphin searching directly in eBay and displaying a list of Nike shoes. Navigating the web is also similar – Dolphin can open a new tab, move you to the bottom or top of the page without you having to type a single word. Neat, don’t you think?
Aside from Dolphin Sonar, Dolphin Browser for Android version 7.4 also comes with some other changes, including moving the Webzine feature from the browser to Dolphin’s Add-ons, reducing the app’s device fingerprint and making browsing speeds even faster.
Yeah, you gotta try it out if you still haven’t.
Dolphin Browser (FREE) [Android Market link]