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Dolphin Browser 4.0 for iPhone gets voice commands, more

News by Dan Seifert on Wednesday April 04, 2012.

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Dolphin, a popular third-party browser for various platforms, is seeing an update to its iPhone version today. Version 4.0 of Dolphin Browser for iPhone adds a number of new features, including voice control and more search engine options.

The iPhone version of Dolphin Browser now has the Sonar feature that the Android version has had for a short while already. Sonar is the name of Dolphin's voice control system, and allows users to perform searches, post social network updates, add bookmarks, and navigate the browser all through voice commands.

The update also includes a URL-specific keyboard, the ability to switch between four different search engines, adjustable font sizes, a dim-screen night mode, the ability to save images to the iPhone's photo album, and various bug fixes and performance enhancements.

Dolphin Browser for iPhone version 4.0 is free and available to download in the iTunes App Store now. The Sonar feature is available as a $0.99 in-app purchase once you have installed the app.

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