Beta browser Dolphin for Pad V1.0 now in the Android Market

We’ve stayed informed on the latest updates to Dolphin browser product. Doing what we can to bring you the latest information. Now we have straight from the Dolphin Browser Blog the announcement of the Dolphin for Pad V1.0 beta, released to the Android Market.

With the large number of browsers available to our mobile Android devices, there is a good bit of competition, and Dolphin has always put forth its best efforts to complete with the likes of Skyfire, Opera, and even the stock Android browser. Truth be told, if you take the time to search and evaluate you’ll find that browser that fits your needs best.

Some of the features:

  • Smart Gesture
  • Add-ons
  • Multi-touch-zoom
  • Tabbed browsing
  • Side bars

I will point out (as mentioned in what the blog calls “fine print”) that this beta will only run on Android 3.0 or higher. Now this is going to be a downside for may tablet users as there are a great number of tablets out there not yet running Honeycomb. If you have a problem with this and would like to voice your opinion, hit the source and leave a comment. As it seems, so far the Dolphin Browser team is responding to comments.

Dolphin for Pad V1.0 Beta is downloadable via the Android Market

[via dolphinbrowserblog]

About the Author: Adam Johnson

Adam was born and raised in Florida. Once a grown man traveled around the country working as a contract 3D mechanical designer. Finally settled in Gainesville, FL doing the same work in a permanent position for a global medical device company. His interest in mobile devices started with his Motorola Q9h which sported Windows Mobile 6.1. Unfortunately he was captured by the enemy and owned an iPhone3G for a short while, but that didn't last long through some dealings with the mobile carrier at the time. Finally he found a happy secure place among the Android community, starting with his HTC EVO 4G and hasn't looked back. All during his time with these various smartphones, he's dug deep into them, hacking away to get the best performance he could, all the while making his devices unique. As new Android devices are always on the horizon, he can't say what his next device will be, but he is Android for life, and his passion for all things Google will stand fast.