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With a 2-year-old in tow for most of my errands and very little time in a grocery store to pull up ingredients from a recipe posted on Mommy Snippets or check something on the internet, the necessity for speed and ease to find and browse the internet is crucial.
I don’t have a very nifty phone but my Android is definitely what I would call reliable.
Why the Dolphin browser is the best for your Android phone
When I was first introduced to the Dolphin Browser I didn’t think I would use it to replace my Internet Explorer browser because honestly, who does that?
But a week into using it made it clear that the Dolphin Browser would become my phone’s default internet browser.
It’s a pain when you need to quickly pull up a website, type out all the characters and wait but with this feature, you can assign a squiggle, letter or sign for each of your favorite websites. So when you need to pull up a site, give your phone a little shake, slide over to the gestures option and just draw the gesture to pullup the site you need.
Or, another great feature, is the Sonar feature, that helps search for information based on your voice command.
For example, when I said “Peppa Pig”, it pulled up different sites that feature all things Peppa Pig.
The control panel allows you to switch to Incognito Browsing and I love that I can dim the screen with the night mode. Great for if you’re checing your phone in your child’s bedroom when he has fallen asleep.
As a multi-tab user, I love that it’s easy to open different tabs on the browser and access the same. You can bookmark favorite sites, add various add-ons like Screen Cut (to crop), Web to PDF (allows you to save a site as a PDF file), a QR and barcode scanner and generator and more.
You can also access all your social media accounts and sync the same for convenient use.
The Dolphin Browser is a free mobile app available through the Google Play store and no, it won’t be another one of those pointless downloads you will regret, I promise!