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Dolphin Browser HD 8.0 for Android Released

No, this is not a dolphin, but the photo is so kewl! Taken from Google Play.

Today, Dolphin Browser HD 8.0 was released on Google Play, Google’s Android app market. The new release brings a bunch of new features to the app, which is already very popular because of its unique and evolving user interface.

Some of the new features in the release are:

  • Sonar – Dolphin listens and lets you use your voice to search on the Internet, share on your favorite social networks, bookmark your favorite website, navigate and more.
  • Gesture – Let your inner artist out and create a personal Gesture (symbol) to access the mobile and desktop websites you use the most.
  • Add-on – Beef up your mobile Web/Internet browsing experience by installing the Add-ons for the tasks you need at your fingertips. With more than 60 and counting, Dolphin Add-ons enables any action to be done right within the browser. You can check out the Add-on features with 3 preloaded on your right Sidebar.
  • Webzine – Fast Web page loading, with no ads. Dolphin Webzine simplifies the way you read your favorite mobile content, from news to blogs and websites. Webzine is now available as an Add-on on the Android Market.
  • Speed Dial – Visit you favorite mobile and desktop websites on the go with one touch.
  • Tabbed browsing – No need to toggle between screens, tabbed browsing lets you open and switch between Web pages fast as lightning.
  • Sidebars – Make the best of mobile interface via Dolphin Sidebar.

Even with the app only being released today, is has already surpassed the 10 million downloaded mark, and has an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 – from close to half a million votes.
Get it on Google Play

Is your Android app on BlackBerry App World without you knowing?

Engadget is running a piece on how white label store Handster has been submitting Android apps to the BlackBerry App World, without any consent from the app developers or owners.

This was discovered after Engadget was notified by developer Steve Troughton-Smith that Dolphin HD had been submitted to App World by white label store Handster (owned by Opera).

Engadget contacted the developers of Dolphin HD browser, MoboTap, who confirmed they didn’t authorize any submission by Handster. A MoboTrap spokesman told Engadget: “We do not condone Handster submitting our Dolphin Browser app to BlackBerry’s App World for us and are currently working to take it down and assure Handster will not submit our app for us again. We will assess developing for BlackBerry when the time is right.”

Performing a search on BlackBerry App World for “Handster” returns more than 500 apps, a lot of the app names still containing the developer’s details.

Click here to view the full article over at Engadget.com.

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