Use Your Voice to Browse the Web With Dolphin Voice Control
Last month I wrote about the neat gesture-enabled browsing features of the Dolphin web browser for Android. Yesterday, I learned from TechCrunch about a great new Dolphin feature, voice command. Voice command in Dolphin allows you to speak your browsing commands. You can open a new tab, go back to a previous screen, or open a favorite bookmark. Using the voice commands you can also search the web by speaking your voice commands. Learn more in the cute video below.
Dolphin’s gesture-enabled browsing and voice command features make it one of the most accessible browsers you will find for an Android device. The default Android browser found on most devices won’t do those things and Chrome for Android which does have voice web search is only available for devices with Android 4.0.