This post was written on behalf of Dolphin browser as part of an #IC campaign.
I spend a lot of time on my phone and Ipad. As a food and travel blogger, I am constantly looking for new recipes to make, places to travel, and reading lots of online reviews. I am constantly browsing, so when I heard about the Dolphin browser, I was intrigued.
The first thing that really got my attention was the fact that the generic browser that comes on my Iphone is not safe, which means every time I go online to look for something, I am opening myself up to being attacked by a virus or some other kind of Internet issue.
For someone like me who literally has her whole life on her phone, I cannot have it shutting down on me, or anything like that.
Seriously — your phone should have an anti-virus, your media should have a Cloud to backup to, and you have the right to choose a mobile browser that does more than load a page.
It’s time to step forward into the 21st century of mobile browsing for your phones and smart devices.
Dolphin browser is a free mobile browsing application available for Android and iOS mobile operating systems. It works for phones, tablets, and Ipads.
I have always just used what was on my phone, which is the same thing that was on my computer, so I just assumed I was protected and safe. Boy was I ever wrong!
The FREE Dolphin browser does so much more than I ever thought it could. You can customize it to your specifications and it is super easy to use.
You can train your Dolphin to adapt to the way you want to browse. At the touch of your fingertip, you can do all kinds of things including creating a gesture, which happened to be my favorite thing.
On the Dolphin Browser home screen, you can find your Speed Dial shortcuts. This gives you quick and easy access to any number of sites.
Expand the bottom menu by tapping on the Dolphin icon at the bottom of the screen. This lets you add bookmarks, share content, change themes, access the full Dolphin settings, and more.
Why would you not want to protect your devices while browsing the Internet? I know that I am never going back to regular browser ever again. I will continue to use the Dolphin browser from here on out.
With our smartphones always by our side, we want access to everything with the touch of a screen, but don’t always get it. The Dolphin Browser changes ALL of that!
What about you? Will you continue to be unprotected while you browse the Internet? Not me! I hope you won’t either.