Dolphin Browser 3.5 Comes to iPad With Webzine Improvements

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The past few weeks have been pretty decent in regards to new versions of mobile browsers; first we saw Firefox move on up to version 10.0 for Android, and then Google really made some noise when it released the first beta of Chrome for the platform. While that time was dominated by releases for Android, today it’s time for iOS to get its due, upon news of Dolphin Browser 3.5 for the iPad.

This tablet-only edition of Dolphin Browser doesn’t make any groundbreaking changes with this new release, but instead features a host of ease-of-use improvements, bugfixes, and boosts to performance. One of Dolphin’s big selling points is its Webzine view, reformatting the internet for a more natural, casual layout on mobile device screens; in this release, the browser streamlines the process for adding new columns. There’s also a new Webzine layout option for displaying content on your home page.

Without going into specifics, developer MoboTap notes that an assortment of stability and performance enhancements have been delivered. If you use Dolphin Connect for keeping your tablet synced-up with your desktop computer’s browser, Dolphin Connect now offers better integration with third-party accounts, and lets you manually specify how often to keep things synced.

Source: MoboTap

Via: MobileBurn

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