How to Use Private Mode on Dolphin Browser for iOS

Here's what to do if you want to go incognito while browsing

Dolphin is a free mobile web browser for iOS that's become popular for its customizability and ease of use. Like most browsers, when you surf the web on your iPhone or iPad, Dolphin stores remnants of your browsing session locally so it can remember passwords, provide faster page loading, sync data, autofill personal data, save browsing history, and more.

Some users, however, prefer more privacy for their web browsing. Luckily, Dolphin features a Private Mode option. When Private Mode is enabled, Dolphin won't record your browsing history and other personal data. Here's how to turn on Private Mode.

This article's information applies to the Dolphin mobile web browser for iPhone and iPad, which requires iOS 8.0 or later. Dolphin also has an Android version.

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How to Enable Privacy Mode in Dolphin for iOS

Access Private Mode through Dolphin's menu.

  1. Open the Dolphin browser app on your iPhone or iPad.

  2. Tap the Dolphin icon on the bottom of the screen.

  3. Tap Private Mode. The Private Mode entry in the menu will turn green.

    Turning on Private Mode in the Dolphin browser
  4. To disable Private Mode, tap Private Mode again to return to normal.

In Private Mode, browser add-ons are disabled and must be manually activated if you want to use them. The option of reopening previously active tabs upon startup is also unavailable in Private Mode, as are keyword search suggestions.