Simplify Your Mobile Browsing with Dolphin

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Simplify Your Mobile Browsing with Dolphin

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 08 Jun 2014

Posted by Taylor Pipes on 08 Jun 2014

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Simplify your mobile life. Let Dolphin do all the work so you don’t have to.

Availability

Dolphin is available in the Evernote App Center for:
iPhone
iPad
Android

Features

* Share Content
* Browse via Tabs
* Dolphin Connect
* Share Wi-Fi
* And More

Let’s explore more of Dolphin’s features in-depth:

Share Great Content

Sharing is caring, so take some of the great content you discover and easily share it from Dolphin. You can tweet web pages, post content to Facebook, and share links via email. Or, simply grab the content and save it directly to Evernote.

Tabbed Browsing

Now, there’s no need to toggle between screens. With Dolphin’s tabbed browsing, you can open and switch between web pages, super fast.

Put Favorites on Repeat

Quickly visit your favorite go-to mobile destinations with a single touch.

Broadcast

With Dolphin’s Wi-Fi broadcast capability, you can share links with Dolphin friends nearby.

Sonar

Dolphin listens and lets you use your voice to search on the Internet. Then, share on your favorite social networks, bookmark your favorite website, navigate, and more.

Connect

Easily sync and send between mobile and desktop. Here’s how:

1. Send to device: Send links, maps, phone numbers, & more from your desktop to your phone and vice versa.

2. Sync easily your history, bookmarks, passwords and open tabs across Android, iOS and desktop Chrome/Firefox/Safari.

And More…

Bolster your mobile browsing experience. Dolphin has more than 60 add-ons that enable all sorts of actions that can be accomplished from within your mobile browser. Check them out on your right sidebar.

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  • Frank

    Been using Dolphin for a year now. It was and still is the best option for clipping directly to Evernote in iOS. The javascript bookmarklets and other options do not give the flexibility and speed that Dolphin has. That alone is a pretty good reason to have Dolphin on the home screen. Accessing history is a heck of a lot more user-friendly than in chrome for iOS. My one peeve is that gestures do not get saved/ sync across iPad and iPhone. I really got into using gestures in the beginning, but it became a royal pain in the but to have to recreate gestures after a re-install or on a new device. All in all I use it because of it’s Evernote compatibility.

  • Anthony

    Not entirely clear from your blog post what differentiates Dolphin from other apps and how it works with Evernote. For example, you say that you can post content to Facebook or share links via email. How is this different to what you can already do on most online papers, magazines or blogs? And as for saving to Evernote, I can do that with Evernote web clipper.

    • Frank

      Hey Anthony,
      Not sure what Evernote web clipper you’re talking about in iOS. Practically the only possibility in any browser on iPad or iPhone is via a Safari bookmarklet (insert Java script)… Or in any other browser by creating a keyboard shortcut on your device including the java code for a popup “web clipper”. If you’re talking about the latter, Dolphin outshines this workaround. Been at it for a while… As of yet there is nothing out there for iOS that comes close to web clipping to Evernote via the Dolphin web browser. You have to give it a test drive to see what this blog post is getting at. Trust me, there are many other nifty features… But the native built-in web clipper is what I’m after :-)

  • Swan

    I’m sorry this has entirely nothing to do with the topic but I don’t know how to contact the support as the support website is down and you can’t contact them to tell them that it’s down… I just hope someone at Evernote reads this and tells the problem to those who are concerned!

    • Taylor Pipes

      Should be up and running. Please access our support portal via: http://evernote.com/contact/support/