Dolphin Browser HD Brings Its Gesture-Based Browser To IPad

Dolphin Browser is already our pick for the best web browser on Android and as a great alternative for iPhone, and now it’s available on iPad as Dolphin Browser HD.

Like its predecessors, Dolphin can recognise custom gestures to navigate to pages. It comes preloaded with a set to help you navigate, but it also allows you to add your own so you can quickly load pages without typing anything. The iPad build is similar to the Android and iPhone apps and runs on top of Safari, but it also includes the Dolphin Webzine, which allows you to flip through news similar to Flipboard.

Dolphin Browser HD [iTunes App Store via Mashable]

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