The folks behind one of the most popular mobile browsers, Dolphin Browser have just released a major update for their Android application.
The update bumps Dolphin Browser to version 8.8.0 and adds various stability and performance improvements, as well as some bug fixes.
More importantly, with the latest version of the browser users will be able to pause, resume and edit their download, as well as manage all SD card file right from within the browser.
It is also worth mentioning the Speed Dial
has been improved in the way users can add bookmarks on Android phones. The speed dial's design has been improved on Android tablets also.
Users will now have the option to disable all search suggestions from Google, history and bookmarks if they wish to. Last but not least, the theme compatibility with 8.0 design as been improved, along with the gesture accuracy.
Dolphin Browser 8.8.0 is now available as a free download via Google Play store and it should be fully compatible with all devices running Android 2.0.1 and up. Check it out here