Dolphin Browser For iOS Gets a Makeover in Version 6.0

Dolphin mobile browser has just received an update on iOS devices and is now in version 6.0.

Positioning itself as an alternative to Safari, Dolphin is readily distinguished by proposing a new ergonomics. One of the highlights is the possibility to couple a gesture designed finger on the screen to open a URL. Subsequently, the publisher has signed an agreement with Nuance to add a voice-recognition technology. Called Sonar, it proposes to open URLs, perform queries on the default search engine or share the contents of a page on one or more community networks.

Version 6.0 gets a new user interface with redesigned ergonomics. The application now displays two parts left and right it is possible to be a gesture on the screen. The first provides access to the list of favorites while the second lists the previously opened tabs. Options (sharing, downloading, private browsing mode …) are available to the user at the bottom of the browser. Scrolling a web page is automatically optimized by masking different components of the application. In addition to a customizable home screen with new images, also note that the address bar offers URL suggestions.

If you want to replace your Safari iOS browser or simply want to update your previous Dolphin version you can do that from this link at iTunes. Also if you want to share your opinions about this iOS browser leave your opinions in comment section below.

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