How one mobile browser is trying to save online privacy

Dolphin on Wednesday announced a new browser application for Android, which aims to protect the user’s privacy while browsing the web, essentially becoming a “Snapchat of browsing”.

If you’re reading this on your mobile, chances are you’re using Safari, Android’s stock browser, Chrome, or perhaps even Opera Mini. That’s according to recent stats from NetMarketShare, at least.

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