Dolphin browser adds enhanced sharing, sync, and Evernote clipping
A new version of the Dolphin web browser is available in the Google Play store which sees a number of improvements and enhancements.
One of the key features in the update includes easier sharing of web pages and images to Facebook and Twitter, and email. Along those lines, users who share a Wi-Fi connection can broadcast pages to each other directly withing the app.
Another big improvement in the Dolphin browser is the ability to clip recipes, images, articles, and more and save to Evernote. If you’re an existing Evernote user then you’ll appreciate how addicting it is to do clip items from the web.
- First-ever mobile web-clipping to Evernote: If you’re an Evernote user, you know that their web-clipping is one of those features that made you fall in love with the app. Trouble is, you’ve never been able to do it easily from your mobile phone. Now, you can clip recipes, articles, and other pages into Evernote with tags and comments, and also annotate the note within Dolphin – this is huge!
- One-click sharing: Dolphin is upping its social game with this new feature which allows for Tweeting, posting to Facebook Timeline, and emailing all in just one click. Further, now Dolphin users on the same wifi connection can broadcast pages to each other from within the app.
- Dolphin Connect: Dolphin’s mobile browsing experience is deeply personalized, and Dolphin Connect makes users’ web (desktop, mobile, etc.) totally synced. Pick up where you left off from any device, simply by enabling Dolphin Connect, and installing a Chrome, Firefox or Safari extension.
If you have not had a chance to check out Dolphin for your mobile browsing experience, we definitely recommend you do so. It’s fast, lightweight, and a welcome departure from the stock internet client.
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