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How to Download And Install Dolphin Browser for m Show More

obile........ Download And Install click here [ http://bit.ly/2LMxjTM ] Dolphin Browser HD is the FASTEST, EASIEST and most FUN mobile Web browser Dolphin Browser is the world's first Gesture, and Webzine enabled mobile web browser. It is FAST, FUN and very EASY to use. Features: Gesture - Let your inner artist out and create a personal Gesture (symbol) to access the mobile and desktop websites you use the most. Webzine - Fast Web page loading, with no ads. Dolphin Webzine simplifies the way you read your favorite mobile content, from news to blogs and websites. Speed Dial - Visit you favorite mobile and desktop websites on the go with one touch. Tabbed browsing - No need to toggle between screens, tabbed browsing lets you open and switch between Web pages fast as lightning. SideBars - Make the best of mobile interface via Dolphin SideBar. Features: 1. News - Real-time local news updates 2. Gesture - Access the web by creating a personal Gesture (symbol) to you use the most. 3. Sonar - Dolphin for Android listens and lets you use your voice to search, share on your favorite social networks, bookmark favorite website and navigate. 4. One-tap Share - Tweet, Post to Facebook, grab any content and share them, or save it directly to Evernote or Box. 5. Tabbed browsing - No need to toggle between screens, tabbed browsing lets you browse as if you are on desktop. 6. Add-on - Beef up your mobile Internet browser experience by installing the Add-ons for the tasks you need at your fingertips. With more than 60 and counting, Dolphin Add-ons enables any action to be done right within the mobile browser. You can check out the Add-on features with 3 preloaded on your right Sidebar. 7. Dolphin Connect - Sync history, bookmarks, passwords and open tabs easily across Android, iPhone, iPad and desktop browsers including Chrome, Firefox and Safari. 8. Home Screen - Add most visited websites as speed dials to your home screen. And organized them easily with one touch access. 9. Theme - Customize theme colors, wallpapers and skins to make Dolphin your own 10. Web App Store - The all-new Dolphin web app store offers access to the most popular web sites so you never have to leave the browser. Choose from over 200 web apps, including Facebook, Twitter, Wikipedia, Amazon and more. 11. Send to device: Send links, maps, phone numbers, & more from your desktop to your phone and vice versa with Dolphin for Android's Chrome, Firefox and Safari extensions. 12. WiFi Broadcast - Share links with friends nearby on your wifi network. Note: For Android 4.3 & 4.4 devices, Dolphin Jetpack is now included within Dolphin Browser for Android. Users could manually uninstall previously installed Dolphin Jetpack. Hide

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How to Download And Install Brave Browser for all Show More

........ Download And Install click here [ http://bit.ly/2LMxjTM ] The Brave Browser for Android is focused on protecting its users' privacy. While the browser attempts to block all ads and trackers by default, it employs an interesting way for users to compensate creators for their content. PROS Block ads; pay publishers: Brave Browser blocks ads and trackers by default. In Settings, you can turn off ad blocking and tracking protection and block ads on regional and local websites. To compensate content creators, such as website publishers and producers on YouTube and Twitch, Brave has a system that allows readers to make anonymous contributions to websites they visit. Users can automatically direct micro-donations to their top sites. Publishers then receive the contributions in the form of cryptocurrencies once they opt into the system. The company said it's working on a way for users to opt-in to receiving ads as another way to support publishers. Based on Chromium: Brave Browser is built on the open-source Chromium project from Google. It doesn't at the moment take advantage of everything the project has to offer, but Brave's developers said Brave users will soon be able to use Chrome extensions with its browser. CONS Feels like a work in progress: Although the Android version of the browser is a 1.0 release, it still feels a bit rough as the company continues to make changes to the browser architecture and contribution system. The Mac and Windows versions of the browser are in beta and expected to ship later this year. BOTTOM LINE The Brave Browser takes a hard line on ads and trackers but presents an interesting way for its users to compensate content creators: They can anonymously contribute to the websites they frequent. Hide

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How to Download And Install Firefox Browser for p Show More

c........ Download And Install click here [ http://bit.ly/2LMxjTM ] Mozilla Firefox is a popular Web browser available on a variety of platforms. Its code DNA reaches back to the dawn of the World Wide Web and has shaped other software and software companies, including The Tor Project (Windows, Android, Mac), the Opera browser (Windows, Android Mac) Adobe Acrobat (Windows, Android, Mac, iOS) Oracle, and Logitech. PROS Battery-friendly video streaming: We tested video streaming on both Firefox and Chrome. While Chrome usually provides smoother page scrolling, Firefox surprisingly pulled ahead when it came to CPU power consumption with HD videos on YouTube, one of the most popular browsing activities. This power consumption has a direct effect on how long your battery lasts, and on the likelihood of a laptop fan noisily kicking in to keep your PC cool. Easy reading thanks to smooth text scrolling: On a text-heavy Web page, Firefox does a better job than Google Chrome (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS) at making vertical scrolling scale to your Windows mouse settings. While the default scroll speed is relatively slow, Firefox has a lot more steps between "not enough" and "way too much." Text-heavy webpages also tend to glide up and down more smoothly in response to your mouse wheel movements, which makes it easier for your eye to track where you are on a page. However, Chrome still scrolls more smoothly on media-heavy pages. Highly customizable interface navigation: Mozilla introduced a UI overhaul in November 2013 that didn't go over very well. Among other things, the standard menu design was replaced with a "hamburger" button that opened to reveal a number of icons. On the bright side, Mozilla gives developers deep access into modifying Firefox's behavior, and one of them quickly introduced Classic Theme Restorer, which ended up giving Firefox the most user-customizable interface of any browser on the market, even three years later. With Classic Theme Restorer, the bookmarks button doesn't have to look (confusingly) like a clipboard; you can tell at a glance which custom search engine you have loaded; and you can freely mix design elements from both the "classic" UI and the overhaul. PROS Battery-friendly video streaming: We tested video streaming on both Firefox and Chrome. While Chrome usually provides smoother page scrolling, Firefox surprisingly pulled ahead when it came to CPU power consumption with HD videos on YouTube, one of the most popular browsing activities. This power consumption has a direct effect on how long your battery lasts, and on the likelihood of a laptop fan noisily kicking in to keep your PC cool. Easy reading thanks to smooth text scrolling: On a text-heavy Web page, Firefox does a better job than Google Chrome (Windows, Mac, Android, iOS) at making vertical scrolling scale to your Windows mouse settings. While the default scroll speed is relatively slow, Firefox has a lot more steps between "not enough" and "way too much." Text-heavy webpages also tend to glide up and down more smoothly in response to your mouse wheel movements, which makes it easier for your eye to track where you are on a page. However, Chrome still scrolls more smoothly on media-heavy pages. Highly customizable interface navigation: Mozilla introduced a UI overhaul in November 2013 that didn't go over very well. Among other things, the standard menu design was replaced with a "hamburger" button that opened to reveal a number of icons. On the bright side, Mozilla gives developers deep access into modifying Firefox's behavior, and one of them quickly introduced Classic Theme Restorer, which ended up giving Firefox the most user-customizable interface of any browser on the market, even three years later. With Classic Theme Restorer, the bookmarks button doesn't have to look (confusingly) like a clipboard; you can tell at a glance which custom search engine you have loaded; and you can freely mix design elements from both the "classic" UI and the overhaul. Hide