Dolphin has announced a new browser that they hope will assuage the privacy fears of paranoid people everywhere. Dolphin Zero is the name, and it’s being described as a “Snapchat of browsers,” of sorts. In an age where secret data collection is becoming the norm, Dolphin wanted folks to have a solution that would shred every piece of data they could without fear of leaving a trace.
Here’s a list of just a few of the things Dolphin Zero will look to scrub clean from your device’s slate:
- Browser History
- Form Data
- Cached Data and Files
- Input Data
- User Address Book
- Location Information
The browser will also come with support for do-not-track requests built-in, and will feature DuckDuckGo — a privacy-based search engine — as the default search engine. “We are excited to be the default search engine in Dolphin Zero,” said Gabriel Weinberg, CEO and founder of DuckDuckGo. “It is encouraging to see companies like Dolphin making privacy a primary focus, and I’m glad DuckDuckGo can be a part of it”.
Dolphin Zero is already sitting in the Google Play Store for free, so get on over there and give it a try if you’re looking for something that has your back against all the prying eyes of the digital world today.
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