Download Dolphin Browser 9.2 for Android

Now with easy sharing, support for desktop extensions and more

A new flavor of the Dolphin Browser application is now available for download for devices running under Google’s Android operating system, namely version 9.2.

The new app release arrives on devices with a nice set of new features, aimed at enhancing the sharing capabilities of the mobile browser.

In Dolphin Browser 9.2, users will benefit from One-tap Share, which enables them to tweet content or post on Facebook instantly.

Furthermore, the new app flavor was made available with integration with Evernote and Box, so that users can easily save web content they like.

When choosing to save something to Evernote, the app will automatically create a new note, with title, notebook location, personal comments, and the like attached.

For the time being, however, the feature is available only in a beta flavor, but it does its job pretty well, and should receive enhancements in future browser releases.

Another useful addition to the set of features that Dolphin Browser comes with is the option to sync content across devices.

In the new app release, the company included support for desktop extensions, including Chrome / Firefox / Safari ones.

Through them, users will be able to easily send content between their desktop and mobile device, including tabs, images, text and directions.

Furthermore, they will be able to keep their bookmarks, tabs, history and passwords synchronized across their various devices.

Dolphin Browser 9.2 for Android was also released with Wi-Fi Broadcast, so that people would be able to share a webpage with their friends at ease, as long as they are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

The browser sports various other features as well, including a speed dial, support for gestures, voice search, add-ons, tabbed browsing, and more.

Those who would like to get the latest app release for a spin will find it available on Softpedia via this link, with support for all Android 2.0.1 and newer devices.

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