Android: Dolphin Browser, our favorite browser for Android, just updated with a completely overhauled layout, quick-access buttons in the bottom corner, a new full-screen mode, more built-in mini-apps, and more. Best of all, it's even faster now than it was before.
Dolphin for Android has always been fast, and with the addition of Dolphin Jetpack, it's even faster (although Jetpack can take a toll on your battery). The latest version is faster, even without Jetpack installed, and renders pages pretty quickly—even more so if you visit them frequently. The new interface adds some full-screen options, and a quick-toggle button at the bottom left of the screen to switch between open tabs, toggle Dolphin Sonar, the browser's voice and gesture-activated search and navigation tool, or to open the settings and options slider at the bottom of the screen.
The browser also still offers mini-apps or add-ons that you can view by swiping from right to left at the right side of your screen. Think of them like extensions for Dolphin, that allow you to quickly save to and share with other apps and services you use, like Evernote, LastPass, XMarks, Box.net, and more. You can install new add-ons from the same view. Even if you already have the app in question installed on your Android phone, using a Dolphin add-on brings the app's features right into the browser instead of forcing you to open or switch to another app.
Some of these features have been around for a while, but today's update streamlines them and makes them easier to find and use. Hit the link below to grab the latest version, available now for Android phones and tablets. iOS users can expect to see the same layout and some of the same updates head their way soon.：拉拉icon_：：拉拉icon_：：拉拉icon_：
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