Except for a voice controller launched during the last Mobile World Congress in Barcelona we have not heard anything else, but now Dolphin has been updated renewing all its interface in its sixth great version .
Dolphin has new menus and a new home panel, from which we can quickly access certain websites and search for anything on Google. All navigation options are hidden under a bottom bar of which only a part is shown (and which reminds us a little of the options menu of some Android applications), showing the rest of the functions if we push that bar up with our finger.
The new version also plays with the side menus, something that is being adopted by quite a few iOS applications. It couldn’t be simpler: on the left we have the favorites and on the right the open tabs . In general, simplicity and convenience are the main features of this new interface.
There is no doubt that in Dolphin they are trying to take advantage of Chrome’s pull to show up in the App Store as another alternative browser option, and that’s not a bad idea. The more competition, the better for all of us. Dolphin is completely free and there are versions for iPhone and iPad, although the new features in version 6 are only available for iPhone at the moment.