Dolphin, the company behind one of the most popular third-party mobile browsers, has recently hit the 100 million users milestone, which is an impressive figure by any stretch of imagination.
In addition, they’re also launching the Dolphin Labs, a global team of developers dedicated to “innovation in the mobile browser space” with the idea to bring mobile browsing capabilities to form factors and devices previously thought impossible. More precisely, the company is looking to innovate in emerging markets such as wearables, connected home, fitness, smart TVs, automotive and robotics.
“The projects we have in the pipeline at Dolphin Labs are something I’m incredibly excited about. There are so many opportunities to incorporate the mobile web where it has never been before, and Dolphin Labs is making this possible.” said Dolphin’s VP of Business Development Edith Yeung. “Imagine being able to browse the web, verbally, from a car! These are the types of innovations we’re trying to act on, which at this point, are seemingly limitless.”
Up until this moment, Dolphin Labs has been “operating in stealth,” but their work is already visible to users in the form of recently released Dolphin Zero…