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Basic interaction with Dolphin

Last Updated: Aug 07, 2013 05:04PM PDT

There’s many intuitive actions on smartphones that you can use to control Dolphin. In case you need a refresh on what those are, here is a quick explanation:

  • Tap: Touch the screen briefly with a finger. This is how you select stuff, and is the equivalent of clicking on a computer.

  • Swipe: Touch the screen with a finger and move it across the screen without lifting it. Swiping is used for scrolling, and some key Dolphin features like accessing sidebars and using the Dolphin key.  

  • Tap and hold: Tap the screen, and hold it without lifting your finger. Tapping and holding stuff will often trigger a pop-up menu for additional options.   

  • Drag: While you tap and hold something on the screen, you can drag it around by swiping. This is used mostly for organizing your browser, just the way you want it.

  • Pinch: Pinch with your thumb and index finger on the screen to zoom in or out.

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