Beta Test This: Dolphin Pad Browser for Tablets
Dolphin Browser has been one of the top 3rd-party browsers for Android for as long as we can remember. Along with making a great mobile phone browser, they have done it again with a version of Dolphin called Dolphin Pad, designed specifically for tablets. This browser has signification advantages over the stock Honeycomb browser, as well as other unique features like:
- On-Demand Flash
Probably one of the best aspects about this browser is the price. That’s right, it’s free. I don’t personally have a Honeycomb device, but I have used them enough to say the browser doesn’t give the best experience. At any rate, Dolphin is nice, and tablets are awesome, so pairing the two should produce a great experience. If you have a Honeycomb device, you can download Dolphin Pad below, and give it a shot for yourself.
Has anyone tried Dolphin Pad yet? What do you think? Sound off in the comments!
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