Dolphin Anty Proxy Integration: Ultimate Guide

By
Khaled Bentoumi

Reviewed By

Jonathan Dizdarevic

Updated
May 16, 2024
12 min read

Dolphin{anty} is a powerful anti-detect browser. It allows you to create many browser profiles on one device. Each is different and unique. Dolphin{anty} lets you hide your online identity from websites. It does this by changing your browser fingerprint. It also uses proxies and isolates your browsing profiles.

This article will present how to integrate the anyIP proxies in Dolphin Anty.

💡 To follow this guide, you will need:

  • A Dolphin Anty account.
  • Dolphin Anty desktop application on your computer.
  • All the proxies needed information such as :
    • username/password;
    • proxy server addresses (URL or IP + port) ;

A step-by-step guide to configure, use and manage a profile on Dolphin Anty

In this guide, we will focus on the basic usage of Dolphin Anty.

You will learn how to:

  • Create a new profile.
  • Integrate a proxy.
  • Test your proxies and profiles.
  • Manage your proxies.
  • Verify your fingerprint integrity.

Step 1: Create a profile

This screenshot shows how to create a profile on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.
  1. Make sure you are on the “Browsers” view.
  2. Then click on “+ CREATE PROFILE” to open the creation form.
This screenshot shows the profile creation form on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.

Step 2: Configure your profile

The creation form offers various options to configure your profile.

Choose a name:

This screenshot shows the name and tags fields of the creation profile on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.
  1. Choose a name to identify your proxy easily.
  2. You can also add a “Status” to your proxy.
  3. And add many “Tags” to categorize it.

Select the OS and profile type:

This screenshot shows the OS and types selection of the creation profile on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.
  1. Select the OS you want.
  2. You can specify a type to help you organize your profiles.

Configure a proxy, option 1 - Add a new proxy:

This screenshot shows the proxy settings of the creation profile form on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.
  1. Select “NEW PROXY” to open the proxy settings.
  2. Select the proxy protocol you want to use. You can choose between HTTP/SOCKS4/SOCKS5 and SSH according to your needs. For our example, we used “HTTP.”
  3. Dolphin Anty accepts many proxy formats. AnyIP provides a one-line configuration. You can easily copy/paste it into the “proxy” field.
    1. Change IP URL (optional): If your proxy provider has this feature, you can specify the URL here.
    2. Proxy name (optional): You can add a proxy name to identify that proxy profile easily.
  4. Click on this button to test the proxy. If you enter the correct credentials, you'll see the proxy IP, location, and timezone below the proxy field.

💡 Dolphin Anty allowed formats:

Dolphin Anty allows multiple formats to add a proxy.
Our example shows how to use a few of them (see the previous screenshot).
AnyIP.io automatically generates a compatible format. You can directly copy/paste it on Dolphin Anty.
This screenshot shows the different proxy formats allowed by Dolphin Anty
The format anyIP.io uses looks like this:
PLAIN
portal.anyip.io:1080:USERNAME:PASSWORD
Dolphin Anty allows you to easily add a name to this proxy profile by adding it at the end of each line, like this:
PLAIN
portal.anyip.io:1080:USERNAME:PASSWORD:My proxy Name
You can also specify the protocols you want to use for each proxies. Dolphin Anty is compatible with HTTP/SOCKS4/SOCKS5 and SSH proxy.
Specify it as follows:
PLAIN
socks5://portal.anyip.io:1080:USERNAME:PASSWORD:My proxy Name

Configure a proxy, option 2 - Add a saved proxy:

This screenshot shows how to add a saved proxy during the creation profile on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.
  1. Select “SAVED PROXY” to access the list of your saved proxy.
  2. Choose the proxy you want to use within the list of your proxy.

Add your custom cookies:

  1. You can also upload cookie files to enhance your navigation (optional).
This screenshot shows the cookies settings of the creation profile on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.

Step 3: Save the profile

Once you have configured your profile, save it by clicking the "+ CREATE" button.

This screenshot shows how to create a profile on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.

Step 4: Start the profile

Click on “START” to launch the profile. Dolphin Anty will automatically launch a new instance of his browser.

This screenshot shows how to start a profile on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.

Dolphin will start an instance of his browser based on Google Chrome. The browser will look like this:

This screenshot shows what an instance of a custom browser looks like in Dolphin Anty.
  1. You will see the name of your profile. Here “anyIP - Germany.”
  2. You can see the Dolphin Anty extension. This extension gives you information about your current session.
  3. Visit browserleaks.com/ip to see if your proxy is working well.

You can now use this browser to navigate the internet securely and 100% anonymously.

💡 Dolphin Anty launches a new instance when you start a profile.

For each profile, you will see a custom icon on your dock/toolbar that will look like this:
macOS icons of a browser instance in Dolphin Anty

Manage your profile

This screenshot shows how to access the contextual menu of a Dolphin Anty profile.

Move your cursor over the triple dot (next to your profile name) to open the contextual menu. This menu allows you to manage your profile.

It lets you:

  • Edit your profile.
  • Import and manage your cookies
  • Duplicate your profile.
  • Pin the selected profile to the top (you can pin up to 10 profiles max)
  • Delete your profile.

How to manage your proxies

This screenshot shows the proxies management view on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.

To access the proxies management view, click the on “Proxies” button on the left menu.

Step 1: Create new proxy profiles

This screenshot shows how to add new proxies on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.
  1. Click on the “+” button to open the proxies creation form.
This screenshot shows the proxy creation form on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.
  1. To ease the proxies profile creation, Dolphin Anty allows you to add a batch of proxies.
  2. Double-check your proxies before adding them to Dolphin Anty.
  3. Click on “ADD” to save your proxies.

💡 Dolphin Anty allowed formats:

Dolphin Anty allows multiple formats to add a proxy.
Our example shows how to use a few of them (see the previous screenshot).
AnyIP.io automatically generates a compatible format. You can directly copy/paste it on Dolphin Anty.
This screenshot shows the different proxy formats allowed by Dolphin Anty
The format anyIP.io uses looks like this:
PLAIN
portal.anyip.io:1080:USERNAME:PASSWORD
Dolphin Anty allows you to easily add a name to this proxy profile by adding it at the end of each line, like this:
PLAIN
portal.anyip.io:1080:USERNAME:PASSWORD:My proxy Name
You can also specify the protocols you want to use for each proxies. Dolphin Anty is compatible with HTTP/SOCKS4/SOCKS5 and SSH proxy.
Specify it as follows:
PLAIN
socks5://portal.anyip.io:1080:USERNAME:PASSWORD:My proxy Name

Step 2: Check your proxies connection

This screenshot shows the proxies list on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.

Once your proxies are added, you’ll see they have a “UNKOWN” status. Dolphin Anty can check the connection of each of your proxies.

  1. Select the proxy you want to check.
  2. Click on the “Check connection” button to check the connection.
GIF showing Dolphin Anty checking proxy connection.

Step 3 (optional): Edit a proxy profile

You may need to edit one of your proxies. To do so, click on the proxy name you want to edit.

This screenshot shows how to edit a proxy profile on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.

The proxy editing form looks like this:

This screenshot shows the proxy editing form on the Dolphin Anty desktop application.
  1. Edit the information you want:
    1. Name: Choose a name to identify your proxy easily.
    2. Host: Enter the proxy host (URL or IP) here. For your example: “portal.anyip.io.”
    3. Port: Enter the proxy port here, anyIP work with port 1080.
    4. Login/password: Use your proxy credentials to access your proxy.
    5. IP change link: If your proxy provider offers an IP change URL link, put it here.
  2. Once you’ve reviewed your information, click on “CHECK CONNECTION”. You should have an “ACTIVE” proxy.
  3. Once your proxy is active, click on “SAVE” to save your proxy profile.

💡 Dolphin Anty will return “ERROR” if you enter the wrong credential. Once you’ve inserted the correct information, your proxy will be active.

This screenshot shows a confirmation that WebRTC Network Limiter was added to Chrome.

How to verify your online fingerprint

You should now have a new profile freshly configured and ready to be used. Head up to pixelscan.net to run a fingerprint check.

This website will check every parameter of your fingerprint. If there is a suspicion, it will show you which parameter is wrongly configured.

Here is what I get when running my freshly created Dolphin Anty profile.

This screenshot shows my fingerprint details using the website pixelscan.net.
  1. You can see your location here. For this profile, I’m using a proxy located in Germany.
  2. Pixelscan will check your IP score.
  3. Pixelscan will detect if you have altered your fingerprint. It does this by analyzing your fingerprint details.
  4. Finally, Pixelscan shows you a list of all your fingerprint parameters. Any websites can access those details.

Managing with Dolphin Anty API

For those with more technical skills who want to try another method to manage their profiles and proxies. Dolphin Anty offers a remote API.

The API offers many endpoints and allows you to manage:

  • Your browser profiles, along with the fingerprints.
  • All yours proxies.
  • Your users list.
  • The additional cookies, bookmarks, or browser extensions.

To learn everything about the API, have a look at the official documentation using the following link Dolphin Anty API.

To have access to every endpoints of the API, you will need to have a paid subscription active.

Screenshot of the Dolphin Anty remote API documentation homepage.

Khaled Bentoumi

Khaled is a software engineer. He’s been involved in many startups of different sizes. Previously, he founded Data to Page, an AI Programmatic SEO startup. He now handles all the marketing at anyIP.

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Khaled is a software engineer. He’s been involved in many startups of different sizes. Previously, he founded Data to Page, an AI Programmatic SEO startup. He now handles all the marketing at anyIP.

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