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Dolphin Zero Android browser protects your privacy, hides your shame

Brian Heater
December 19, 2013
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The latest mobile browser from the team at Dolphin promises "the highest level of privacy possible." A big claim, to be sure, but privacy is unquestionably Dolphin Zero's central focus, auto deleting your input data, history, cache, cookies and password -- basically anything you're not already saving on your device. We're not talking top-level encryption here, more something akin to a permanent version of the Incognito Mode you get on Chrome. Though bonus points here for the shredder animation Dolphin incorporates to further the notion of the browser's ephemeral nature. You can download Zero in the source link below.

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