Dolphin Browser is a third-party mobile browser for Android and iOS that was developed by Mobotap, and one of the first browsers for the Android platform that received its support for multi-touch gesture. The browsing app has received its update which supports Adobe Flash for the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop. With Dolphin’s Adobe Flash support, users can now savour Flash videos on Dolphin Browser for free.
The Flash support was once Android’s dominance over iOS, but with HTML5 support taking over most of Android’s web browsers, the Flash support by Adobe has stopped backing up the platform back in 2012. And since the release of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, most users have to rely on web browsers with a built-in Flash support.
Dolphin Browser is also the first web browser to bring Flash support into the Android 5.0 Lollipop which also includes some new features in its latest update. In the recent update, the developers has included the ability to sync Dolphin settings, speed-dials for easy access, some wonderful themes, and many more. Users can also share their web page via NFC, and another feature that automatically clears up app data when the device storage is low.
Although Dolphin Browser doesn’t have a sleek Material Design look, it is still have some potential like its swifty browsing and it comes in handy when users want to watch a Flash video. Dolphin Browser can be downloaded for free via Google Play Store. And let us know what do you think about Dolphin’s latest update.
Source: Techno Buffalo