Dolphin, the company behind the popular third-party web browser, announced its latest product – Dolphin Zero, touting to offer the most private experience possible. It does that by automatically deleting data from the phone including browsing history, cache, passwords and cookies that are otherwise saved on the device.
And obviously some users love the idea, otherwise we wouldn’t see a wide adoption of so-called “ephemeral” messaging services like Snapchat.
According to Dolphin, many browsers are compromising privacy in exchange for information used for targeted advertising, even in private browsing modes. Dolphin Zero, on the other hand, gives users complete control over the information they are browsing. The stripped-down feature set and single-screen capability maximizes the browser’s ability to protect users’ privacy by automatically deleting any information and data when the user exits the browser.
But that’s not all. As part of the effort to protect its users’ privacy, Dolphin has partnered with other companies devoted to privacy like DuckDuckGo which is selected as the default search engine…
The question now is – do you need that extra privacy Dolphin Zero is offering? If you answered “yes,” hit the link below and take it from there.
Dolphin Zero (FREE) [Google Play Store]