New Privacy Oriented Browser For Android-Dolphin Zero

After the revelations of NSA spying over our online activities most of us are concerned about privacy. If you are a owner of Android device and concerned about online privacy, you can avoid the spy work simply by installing Dolphin Zero browser on your Android device. It works like a charm, Dolphin Zero simply deletes the information and data about your browsing session after you exit it.

What is Online Privacy?

Internet privacy involves the right or mandate of personal privacy concerning the storing, repurposing, provision to third-parties, and displaying of information pertaining to oneself via the Internet.

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Dolphin Zero UI


Dolphin Zero Browser Features

The concept is straight forward, it do what it say. Don’t expect great UI and design from Dolphin Zero. The company collaborated with DuckDuckGo inorder to provide best privacy to your online activity. Dolphin mainly concentrate on your privacy, it displays image banners, javascripts and advertisements. Zero can delete all history, cache, passwords and cookies after end of the browsing session. Enabling by default ‘Do Not Track’ functionality to it’s fullest extent, Dolphin Zero will also never collect, store or share any of the following information:

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

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[toggle title=”Dolphin Press Release”]As consumers become increasingly concerned with being tracked online by advertising companies and web publishers, one of the world’s leading third-party browsers, Dolphin, today released a new product that lets anyone browse the internet securely. Dolphin Zero, a streamlined mobile browser for Android, brings peace of mind to smartphone users who wish to keep their personal information as safe as possible, by automatically deleting data including browsing history, cache, passwords and cookies that are otherwise saved on the device The prevalence of so-called “ephemeral” messaging services, like Snapchat, points to consumers’ increasing desire for privacy on the web. However, many browsers are compromising privacy in exchange for information used for targeted advertising – most of which is gained without appropriate consent from a user, even in private browsing modes. Dolphin Zero on the other hand, is a streamlined version of its award-winning browser that gives the users complete control over the information they are browsing. The stripped-down feature set and single-screen capability maximizes the browser’s ability to protect users’ privacy by automatically deleting any information and data when the user exits the browser. Dolphin has partnered with other companies devoted to privacy – DuckDuckGo as the default search engine, for example – to make sure any integrated services comply with Dolphin’s mission of offering an ephemeral experience. Download the Android app today on Google Play: “We are excited to be the default search engine in Dolphin Zero,” said Gabriel Weinberg, CEO and founder of DuckDuckGo. “It is encouraging to see companies like Dolphin making privacy a primary focus, and I’m glad DuckDuckGo can be a part of it”. Unlike traditional private browsing modes, Dolphin has gone one step further and developed an entirely new product dedicated to privacy. Dolphin Zero goes the extra mile by including Do Not Track support, and actively going out of the way to never collect, store or share any of the information, such as: Form Data Browser History Passwords Cached Data and Files Favicons Input Data User Address Book Cookies Location Information “With web security being such a salient issue right now, people are feeling less and less confident that companies are respecting user privacy,” said Dolphin’s VP Edith Yeung. “Even though it’s impossible to go completely untracked on the mobile web, we have done everything to make a new product that goes beyond anything that you will find in the market right now. With Dolphin Zero, we do everything in our power to make the browsing experience your own.[/toggle]

Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, Phone Opinions, and Ask Hacker. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.

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