Highly Anticipated Release of Dolphin Browser v7 Arrives as GetJar Exclusive (Press Release)
HIGHLY ANTICIPATED RELEASE OF DOLPHIN BROWSER V7 FOR ANDROID LAUNCHES EXCLUSIVELY ON GETJAR
GetJar Users Get First Glimpse of Dolphin Connect
SAN MATEO, Calif., OCT 19, 2011 – GetJar, the world’s largest free app store, and Mobotap, creator of the popular Dolphin Browser, today jointly announced the launch of Dolphin Browser version 7.0 exclusively on GetJar. Dolphin is a free, Gesture-based mobile browser offering fun new ways to explore, interact with and experience the Web.
Dolphin, the most popular third party browser on Android, has already been downloaded more than 9 million times. The browser’s “Hot Apps” section will help users find the latest and greatest apps and it will feature over 25 of the top titles on GetJar.
Dolphin 7.0 is moving your mobile experience to the cloud by introducing Dolphin Connect. With Dolphin Connect your bookmarked sites and your browsing preferences will be kept in sync across all of your devices. No longer forget web addresses—Dolphin Connect remembers them for you. With Dolphin Connect, Dolphin will once again reshape the mobile browsing experience.
“We are very excited to work with GetJar,” said MoboTap CEO Yongzhi Yang. “With over 2 billion downloads, GetJar is an amazing marketplace for discovering great apps. Now GetJar’s users will have an exclusive opportunity to have more fun browsing thanks to Dolphin Connect.’
“GetJar is very excited to bring Dolphin Browser, the most popular independent browser on Android to our users.” said GetJar CEO Ilja Laurs. ‘We want to be the go to source for companies to launch their new products. Due to our openness, they can leverage on our customer base and our marketing channels.’
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