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The popular web browser received an update last week that delivered the ability to share via email, Twitter, and Facebook from the app itself; clipping content to Evernote or Box; and Dolphin Connect, which allows the syncing of bookmarks, tabs, and history across multiple devices, as well as using extensions for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari to sync across mobile and desktop computers.
The app now includes a feature that will allow sharing a web page via Wi-Fi, and can restore tabs from previous sessions.
Kaching has received a facelift, and now looks more like a native Android app than an out-of-place iOS port.
It's nice to see that slowly, but surely, app makers are taking the time to go native on Android, rather than doing a quick port.