Dolphin Browser HD received an update to version 8.0 in the Google Play Store today, enhancing the way users interact with the popular third-party web browser. Sticking with the gesture concept, the folks at Dolphin have redesigned the method of non-text input. The focus has been shifted to the new voice-based Sonar feature introduced in previous versions of Dolphin Browser HD, combining the two into a simple interface and setting voice search as the default.
An menu bar overhaul make accessing bookmarks and add-ons easier than ever, and context dialog has been assigned to a long-press on the browser page. Options include the ability to select text, search within a page, and close the current tab. Behind the scenes stability and performance have been improved.
As always, Dolphin Browser HD remains a free download. You can grab the latest version from the Google Play Store now.
Google Play Link: Dolphin Browser HD