What is your standard web browser of choice? On desktops, you're probably using your operating system's default web browser, which is Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 or Safari on macOS. Or alternatively, you might be using third-party browsers like the immensely popular Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Opera.
With our daily web browsing increasingly shifting from the desk to our phones, these popular third-party desktop web browsers now have mobile counterparts. There are now mobile browser apps for Chrome, Firefox and Opera.
While these are convenient for integrating our desktop browsing profiles (histories, bookmarks, password, etc.) while on the go, it's obvious that their desktop versions still take priority when it comes to development.
They're usable but they usually lack the compelling mobile-only features that could make them stand apart from their desktop counterparts.
However, one third-party web browser has focused solely on improving the mobile browsing experience (and has remained so) since its inception.
It is called the Dolphin browser and it has consistently delivered the best mobile web browsing experience to millions of iOS and Android mobile gadgets around the world.
The team behind Dolphin describes it as a "free, fast, smart and personal web browser for iPhone and iPad" and "the best browser for Android."
Using it, we can't help but agree. Dolphin has a number of great features that specifically enhances the mobile browsing experience.