For most of us, Apple’s default iPad browser is perfectly adequate for our Web needs. There’s nothing particularly great about it -- tabbed browsing only just showed up last fall -- but it does its job with enough style and speed to not give much thought to a replacement. But just because we didn’t know what we were missing doesn’t mean we weren’t missing anything. From the moment it’s launched, Dolphin has a clear advantage.
Not that this should come as much of a surprise, but new data out today shows Apple's mobile Safari is bar none the dominant player in mobile browsing. The iOS version of Safari is up by a wide margin in terms of mobile browser usage share over competitors.