Popular mobile web browser – Dolphin – has become the first in its category to integrate Evernote’s “Web Clipper” functionality into the growing expanse of internet browsing options now offered to its users. The new feature will see users able to clip, share and annotate sections of the web which they feel are noteworthy or interesting, then having the option to send this clipped content to either Evernote (Beta) or Box.
The update in turn carries with it new one-tap sharing options, meaning you can now tweet the webpages you visit to friends, family and colleagues, post them to Facebook, or even share them via e-mail. These renewed sharing options also tie in with the app’s new “Wifi Broadcast” feature, allowing you to instantly share the web page you’re viewing with a friend over a shared Wi-Fi connection.
In addition, Dolphin Web Browser 7.0 can now save the state of your previous browsing session, which will see the browser open all tabs from your previous session once launched. The update also contains a variety of new stability and performance improvements.