- Mar 30, 2008
Yes Dolphin is faster then Safari, the down side to using it is there is no option to set as default browser.
Bazinga!Out of curiosity I decided to see if your claim of Dolphin being a faster browser is true and ran the BrowserMark bench tool on both.
Higher is better in this bench test.
Safari scored a 99114
Dolphin scored a 54779
Not only did Safari beat Dolphin, it completely destroyed it.
Why is safari so much faster than all the app store browsers? I tested atomic, icab, and mercury on browsermark and safari got almost twice the numbers they did. I love the gestures / features on the others but safari is so much faster
Exactly. Another VERY unfriendly step from Apple. Devs have been asking Apple for at least a YEAR to lift this deliberate(!) limitation, but no... well, Apple can "thank" their own stubborness if more and more people goes for Win8 / Android instead.Also hide some other APIs, e.g. Most third-party browser lags when scrolling. Not developer's fault.
Um, maybe just Android?Apple can "thank" their own stubborness if more and more people goes for Win8 / Android instead.
http://www.osnews.com/story/25935Both Mozilla and Google have expressed concern over Windows 8. Microsoft's next big operating system release restricts access to certain APIs and technologies browsers need - only making them available to Internet Explorer.