One of the most popular web browsers available on the Android operating system has finally made its way over to the iPad. Earlier today, MoboTap announced the launch of Dolphin Browser HD for iPad v1.0, which should please fans of the browser who have been anticipating its arrival. What’s so special about Dolphin Browser is the presence of built-in gestures that let users perform functions or access shortcuts without having to go through multiple different menus. If the default gestures aren’t to their liking, users can even program their own gestures in.
Dolphin Browser HD also has its trademark Webzine feature that makes the whole surfing experience feel like you’re reading a digital magazine. Other features include Speed Dial, Tabbed browsing, Sidebars that automatically hide when not in use, and more. Dolphin Browser HD is available now on the Apple App Store, but for those of you without iPad tablets, you can get the regular Dolphin Browser from the Apple App Store as well. Check it out and let us know what you think.
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