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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ERISLOVER, May 9, 2010.

  1. ERISLOVER

    ERISLOVER Well-Known Member
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    Is from the creators of Dolphin Browser, and is very crisp and fast. It says made for hd screens, but its still the clearest and fastest browser I've used. For 2.0 and Up.
     

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    been using it for a little while now and also the old dolphin browser. i forgot who else i think mattlock or caddyman or one of those more well known guys both said it's better than opera when everyone was saying opera is the best browser in a thread.
     
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    I tried out the dolphin browser HD and it seems very slow to me, atleast compared to xScope it does
     
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    love it!
     
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    the HD is definitely alot more functional than the regular version, plus the graphics are ALOT better
     
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    I love Dolphin HD! I especially enjoy the ability to change the user agent. University of Phoenix does have an iPhone-based page layout for the forums and assignments, but not one for Android - so simply switch the user agent and voila!

    I never thought I would use gestures, but honestly, it's how I navigate now.
     

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