Download Dolphin Browser 9.3 for Android

With a nice range of stability and performance improvements, bug fixes

By on February 4th, 2013 19:21 GMT

Starting today, owners of Android-based devices can download and install a new flavor of the Dolphin Browser, namely version 9.3.

Building on the appealing improvements that were included in Dolphin Browser 9.2, which was released in mid-January, the new app flavor brings along both a series of new features, as well as fixes for bugs that were found in the browser.

For example, the release notes of Dolphin Browser 9.3 for Android show that users will enjoy a better Share feature after upgrading to the newer app release.

The sharing feature is now easier to navigate, while also providing users with support for landscape mode on tablet PCs.

Additionally, the team behind the browser notes that users can now click on the “+” button in URL bar when interested in adding the current page to Bookmarks or Speed Dial. They can also create a homescreen shortcut to said page.

The new mobile browser iteration also brings along an improved experience when it comes to editing bookmarks or downloading files, the release notes explain.

Furthermore, Dolphin Browser 9.3 for Android resolves an issue with opening in the background, with the app becoming unresponsive.

Other resolved problems in this release include one that resulted in the keyboard disappearing while typing on specific websites.

Additionally, users will be able to take advantage of a variety of stability and performance improvements following the update to Dolphin Browser 9.3.

With over 50,000,000 downloads on Android, Dolphin Browser has proved one of the most popular applications for Internet navigation on devices powered by Google’s mobile operating system.

It comes with a wide range of features, including fast sharing, tabbed browsing, send to devices, Speed Dial, gesture support, easy syncing between Android, iOS and desktop, and many more.

Those who would like to download the new Dolphin Browser 9.3 for Android will find it listed on Softpedia via this link.

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