Hey all, since I use the browser a fair amount I have picked up a few small things that I like and wanted to share some simple tips. Please feel free to mention any I leave out. 1) Double tapping the screen opens the tab menu. When you have the tab menu open and long press a tab it will give you a menu to Close Tab Close Others Close all 2) You can swipe between tabs, and your currently selected tab is colored orange-ish in the thin bar at the top of the screen. Keep an eye as to how many tabs are open here. If you have too many open it will slow the browser down significantly. 3) Gestures can be helpful but make sure and re-record them as ones you will remember! Mine are: > forward < back h History b bookmarks B add a bookmark V downloads ^ go / \ | | home (sort-of looks like a home) 4) You can change the user agent string in the settings User agent string explained: The user agent string is what you browser identifies itself as to a website. When connecting to a site, the browser says "hey, I'm an Android phone, send me some content -- and make it snappy!" And then the website will respond with HTML and images and whatnot. However, since the website knows Android is a mobile browser, it can send back content that is specifically tailored for the phone. This is usually a good thing. Rarely though, some websites will refuse to work, or will just not work as well depending on what the browser is identifying itself as. This is like asking Firefox to pretend it's IE so that if a website was coded only to work for IE, you could still view it in Firefox. For more in-depth reading: User agent - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 5) You can sync your Google or delicious bookmarks For those that don't know Delicious is a social bookmarking site. You can share your bookmarks with others based on categories. 6) You can download Youtube videos in Android's native mp4 (h263?) format. When you click on a video on Youtube Dolphin will give you the option of saving the video for watching later or opening it immediately in the Youtube app. 7) You can set the browser to "auto-fit" pages This is more of an auto-fit for blocks of text. Play around with it some to get an idea what it does. .