Dolphin Browser has released a new browser for Android called Dolphin Zero for complete private browsing. This new browser protects user’s privacy by deleting information such as browsing history, passwords, cookies, cache and any data that are saved by the browser on their Android device.

As we live in a world where people are using their smartphone not just for calling and receiving calls, browsers like Dolphin Zero have its own importance. Enabling by default ‘Do Not Track’ functionality fully to the browser, it will never collect, store or share any users data.



The browser will delete the following information automatically when it is closed:

  • Browser History
  • Form Data
  • Input Data
  • Passwords
  • Cached Data and Files
  • Favicons
  • User Address Book
  • Cookies
  • Location Information

Though it isn’t a fully featured browser, you can experience innovative features, such as Home Screen personalization, voice and gesture control, customizable settings, and sharing features. Also, it protects users from snooping ad networks as well as useful for those who are worried that they are being watched by the government institutions.

Dolphin Zero runs on Android 2.2 and later devices. If you like to browse privately, install the app free from Play Store.

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