If you have been suffering from issues with the Dolphin browser on your Nexus 5 smartphone, you will be pleased to learn that this week its developers have released a new update for the Dolphin browser.
Which has been created to fixes the issues some users were experiencing with it not allowing zoom-in with the standard pinching gesture.
As well as correcting a number of Android KitKat issues, the latest Dolphin browser release also brings with it a number of new features including replacing the Night Mode, the ability to change the Dolphin skin and optimised the user experience of Dolphin Key.
The Sync Passwords feature has also been removed and a new Master Password allows you to have a more secured option to save passwords. Together with the obligatory performance enhancements, minor tweaks and a few more bug fixes which focus on localisation and downloads which are saved to the external SD card feature.
For more information on the latest Dolphin browser release and to download it for free, jump over to the Google Play Store.
“Dolphin makes mobile browsing easy, adapting to the way you want to browse with a personalized home screen, voice and gesture control, customizable settings and sharing features. With lighting fast speed, Dolphin blows the rest of the mobile browsers out of the water. Download Dolphin’s free mobile browser and join the 80 million who enjoy the exclusive features of your very own mobile web browser.”
Source: Android Police
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