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Dolphin web browser becomes the first to integrate Evernote Web Clipper

Mike Wehner, @MikeWehner
January 17, 2013
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If you're fan of Evernote on your desktop and mobile devices, but prefer the browsing experience of the third-party Dolphin app for iOS, today is your lucky day. In a new update to the popular browser, Dolphin is adding Evernote Web Clipper integration, allowing you to capture and annotate practically any chunk of web content with a single tap. Users will be able to save web pages directly to Evernote from Dolphin, making it the first mobile browser to offer such compatibility.

The update also adds a new feature called Dolphin Connect which can capture tabs, web images, and other content from your desktop browser and sync it with your mobile device. Dolphin, as always, is still free to download from the App Store.

[Via: Engadget]

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