Dolphin Browser updated with Flash support for Android 5.0 and more features
Dolphin Browser is among the top browser list for Android and with an update which adds several new features along with Adobe Flash support on Android 5.0 it is definitely going to be must have for Android Lollipop users.
Adobe introduced Flash support for Android and withdrew due to growing use of HTML5. While its true that HTML5 has been adopted by industry and websites but there are still thousands of sites yet to make the switch and having support for Flash doesn’t hurt.
Apart from adding Adobe Flash support it now allows users to share content using NFC, the bottom bar disappears while browsing to enable full screen browsing and you can sync speed dial, bookmarks, themes, add-ons and settings using Dolphin Connect.
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It also includes support for various plugins and is lighter than Chrome and with all new improvements it definitely deserve a try so head to Play Store immediately as the applications is also free.