The iPhone version of Dolphin's mobile browser has just hit version 6.0, bringing a number of new features and a redesigned look to the app. The biggest change is the new interface, which gives the browser a somewhat cleaner look, but users can also expect to see a new tab management tool that lets you see all open tabs via a sidebar on the right. Other changes include a new full-screen scroll, where the address and bottom menu bars will now hide while scrolling, providing a larger viewing area. The are also some tweaks to make it easier to access the Sonar voice control feature — which was added earlier this year — as well as a few other more minor changes. You can check out the update at the source link below — that is, if you haven't already switched over to Chrome for iPhone.
Dolphin updates iPhone browser with new look, improved tab management
Dolphin updates iPhone browser with new look, improved tab management/
The iPhone version of the Dolphin Browser has been updated with a redesigned interface, improved tab management, and a number of other tweaks.