Submitted by Marshall Walker on
The popular third-party browser Dolphin has been updated with a new voice-control feature. Dolphin Sonar allows users to search the web and navigate websites by using simple voice commands. Downloading version 4.0 adds a familiar looking microphone icon to the bottom left of the browser. Users can can easily access the Dolphin Sonar by tapping the icon or shaking their iPhone. The new voice control system eliminates the need for typing while searching Google or messing around on Facebook. Just tell Dolphin Sonar where you want it to go and it will lead you there.
The Dolphin Browser also features a magazine reader Webzine, one-click sharing for Twitter and Facebook, and Gesture, which allows you to create a personal symbol to access the websites you like the most. Dolphin Browser is compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It requires iOS 4.0 or later.
What's New in Version 4.0:
1.Dolphin Sonar: Dolphin listens and lets you use your voice to search on the Internet, share on your favorite social networks, bookmark your favorite website, navigate and more. Dolphin Sonar is so easy to use; you may just forget how to type. Shake or press button to activate.2.Keyboard: Back by popular demand, the URL keyboard!
3.Search engine options: Switch between 4 different search engines to get the type of information you want fast.
Newest iPhone FAQs
4.Font Size: Now get 3 font size options for easier browsing.
5.Night Mode: Dim the screen with one button.
6.Saved Images: Your saved images go directly to your phone’s photo album.
7.Stability: Various stability and performance improvements.