One of Android's biggest success stories so far has been the Dolphin Browser
, a third-party browser that includes plenty of niceties that Android's stock browser doesn't: things like gestures, handy sidebars to access menus, user agent spoofing, and add-ons (which are basically extensions). Dolphin's recently raised $10 million
from top-tier VC Sequoia, and the app just passed 9 million total downloads. And that's just on Android. Today, the app is coming to the iPhone. It went live late last night, and you can download it right here
. As with other browsers on the iPhone, Dolphin uses the core Safari renderer to display content (in other words, Dolphin hasn't built a new browser from the ground up ?�it's adding a new layer of features on top of Apple's browser).
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