Video: Everyone has used their phone to settle disputes over trivia. You whip it out, punch in a few keywords and there's your proof that Geoffrey Rush won an Oscar for Shine. The makers of Cake, a new mobile browser, think they can make this process better.
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Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
iOS: Chrome for iOS has been updated with full iOS 8 support, including the ability to use Apple-approved third-party extensions in the browser. This means you can integrate apps such as Pocket, Lastpass and Evernote right into Google Chrome.
Android: Floating apps are one of the neatest features of Android. Hover Browser is the latest in a series of apps that allow you to perform tasks while working on other things in the background.
Android: Chrome is one of our favourite web browsers for Android, but it can be a little sluggish from time to time. If you're looking for a speedy alternative, Javelin Browser sports good looks, solid features and an AOSP-based core that's light and fast.
Android: Dolphin Browser, our favourite browser for Android, would like to invite you to become a beta tester. Through the Play Store Beta program, you'll get test versions of the browser through app updates.
Android: Dolphin Browser, our favourite browser for Android, just updated with a completely overhauled layout, quick-access buttons in the bottom corner, a new full-screen mode and more built-in mini-apps. Best of all, it's even faster now than it was before.
Android/iOS/Chrome/Firefox/Safari: The latest version of Dolphin Browser, our top pick for Android, can broadcast shared web pages over Wi-Fi so that any other Dolphin user on the same network can view it. Now it also offers desktop browser extensions so you can quickly send directions, tabs, maps and other content to your phone or tablet.
iOS: Safari on iOS doesn't support extensions, which is a bummer if you want to quickly send a page to a read-it-later service or kick a link over to Evernote. Fortunately, technology blog Digital Inspiration has a huge collection of the most useful bookmarklets that can emulate the work of extensions.
Android: The team behind Dolphin, our favourite browser for Android, has put a lot of focus on making the mobile browsing experience as fast as possible. Dolphin Jetpack, a new add-on engine for the Dolphin Browser, is the latest result of their efforts. According to the developers, it makes Dolphin up to 10 times faster than the stock Android browser and twice as fast as Chrome.