While many prefer to stick to Apple’s native Safari browser for searching the Internet on their iOS devices, a number of sophisticated alternatives are available through Apple’s App Store. Add Mobotap’s Dolphin to that list, as the company today announced availability of its tricked-out mobile browser for the iPhone.
The Dolphin browser, which has been a popular app for Android users for some time now, includes a number of features not available in Apple’s Safari.
For instance, Dolphin’s “Webzine” feature displays websites in a subscription format that eliminates ads, streamlining content down to just the articles a user wants to read.
Dolphin also includes gesture commands, which allows users to create personal symbols to access the websites they use most. For instance, a user might write the letter “G” to reach Google.com, an “F” for Facebook.com.
Other features include one-click share via Twitter/Facebook, tabbed browsing, sidebars for easier navigation of the browser.
Check out a video of the Dolphin browser below. It’s currently available via the App Store and Android Market for free: