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How to always browse websites in Desktop Mode in iOS and Android devices

Learn how to request the Desktop version of websites from Safari, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, on iOS or Android, on iPhones, Android phones, tablets and iPads, as well as setting permanently the Dolphin browser to always open the websites in Desktop Mode.

Note: This video was entirely made and edited in Premiere Rush app on an iPad 9.7" 2017 model. Stay tuned for our next video: Can a normal iPad (not Pro) replace your work computer?

Requesting Desktop version of a specific website

  1. Open your desired web browser (Safari, Firefox, Chrome etc). 
  2. Navigate and open the website you want.
  3. Tap on the 3 dots (...) to open the context menu, and click on Request Desktop Mode.

Always browse websites in Desktop Mode

  1. Open the App Store or Google Play Store.
  2. Type in the search bar Dolphin Web Browser.
  3. Download and install the Dolphin web browser.
  4. Tap again to open the context menu and tap on Settings.
  5. Scroll down and enable the Desktop Mode.
  6. Now you will always browse in the Desktop versions of the websites.

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