Gesture-based Dolphin browser released for the iPad
The Dolphin web browser - which has gesture-based controls where people draw symbols on-screen to navigate around - has been launched on the iPad
The Dolphin web browser allows users to create their own gestures and shortcuts to access their favorite websites or launch browser commands
Sketching a letter 'T', for example, will bring up Twitter and drawing a 'greater than' symbol will take you forward a page.
There are nine preloaded gestures for common web browsing commands, but users can also create their own.
The Dolphin Browser HD, created by MoboTap, has already appeared on Android and iPhone but its advent on the iPad has been warmly welcomed by many users.
The app includes plenty of other features to enable quick web browsing, such as a URL bar that predicts the website you're typing.
There is quick access to a 'speed dial' list by swiping once to the right, and a full list of bookmarks by swiping to the right once again.
The browser also comes with a tabbed browsing interface for switching between websites in a single click - a feature the default iPad web browser currently lacks.