By Joe Levi | December 14, 2010 11:18 AM
Last week we told you about the Dolphin Mini web browser app for Android.
Just a week after launching the last public preview of Dolphin Browser Mini for Android, the developers have released an update that makes the mobile web browser even easier to use — and have now made it available in the Android Market (no side-loading needed!).
In the Beta it’s now easier to quickly visit your favorite sites, turn on full screen mode, and quickly switch tabs.
They’ve made it is easier to manage tasks associated with the current page, like bookmarking, selecting text, and sharing the page with others.
Trying to conserve on-screen real-estate isn’t always an easy thing. Small screens don’t have the luxury of being able to have a wide address bar with home, back, and forward buttons always visible like they are on desktop computers. This iteration of Dolphin Mini moves a few of those buttons to the bottom of the screen as semi-transparent elements.
It’s easier to set and lock the browser in portrait or landscape mode.
It’s also easier to see if you’re in “private browsing mode”.
Dolphin Mini Beta is now available in the Android Market.