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:

  •  Multi-Touch
  • On-Demand Flash
  • Add-ons
  • Tabs
  • Gestures
  • Themes

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!

Source Droid-Life

[app]com.dolphin.browser.pad[/app]

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2 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    July 26, 19:46 Reply

    Using it on my Galaxy Tab10.1v right now, its pretty good, i was using Dolphin HD onit before so its nice to finaly have a tablet optimized version ,makes using it less cumbersome. Still quite rough around the edges though, typing here for example it is quite sluggish, but when it comes to opening pages its like good ol’ Dolphin HD , fast and smooth.

  2. Highland
    July 27, 01:19 Reply

    It seems pretty great! I will try it on my xoom.

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