That competition is beneficial mostly to the end user is a matter of fact, to confirm everything we think the development team of Dolphin with the introduction of Dolphin Engine. This new engine, developed by the same developers of Dolphin, should put the turbo to the most popular third-party browser on Android. The premise is really fantastic; the new engine would allow Dolphin to render web pages ten times faster than a browser like Google Chrome respectable, though still in beta.
The development team, via a post on its official blog, in addition to the presentation showed us some tests that really make the idea of the importance of Engine-level performance, even if there is to say that there is still much work to do, in some tests Google Chrome dominates. Also according to tests carried out, the browser does not would have no problem with Flash websites or HTML 5, and the benefits are always super. To date, no distortion or substantial renovation of the UI and features, many aspects have been improved with version 8, released recently.
I have tested this small modification to Dolphin, because of ICS and Android Gingerbread turns out to be my favorite browser and I must admit that there is a distinct improvement on some sites, while on others there is “only” a slight improvement. The basic idea of the Dolphin team is great, to begin to improve the application under the performance point of view after defining UI and features. We know all the details and see the results of various tests in the official post, within this address.