Sleipnir

by Fenrir Inc

A web browser that combines the PC's full-screen with the touch ability of a smartphone

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Fenrir Inc

Release: Sleipnir 6.3.3

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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Sleipnir by Fenrir for Windows is a quick and trendy Web browser that blends the fullscreen PC desktop with the touch-technology of your smartphone. Fenrir constructed the browser with Mozilla's Gecko engine, which makes it process and runs swiftly and executes each of the pages you interact with elegantly. Sleipnir is singular in its appearance with elegant taste and customizable features that set it apart from other browsers. For example, Sleipnir monitors how a user interacts with their mouse to imitate the touch-screen commands you would see apply on a tablet or smartphone through "finger-flicks." The user only needs to hold down the right button on their mouse, snatch a page, and flick it in whatever direction. This process stimulates the scrolling of the browser's open tabs. You can also select an open tab and drag it free in an elegant and easy manner that imitates the ease of shuffling through pages on your phone. The browser works with mouse movements, keyboard commands, and more.

Sleipnir's primary site is sharp, alluring, and well-balanced in layout, with reasonably positioned icons and buttons. As Sleipnir is customizable per user, the Start page provides the user with a list of features and abilities that the program can offer, often granting access to their full-screen outlook. From the Start page, if you click on the icon to access the full-screen view, a bright, dynamic but precise space appears, which is made especially cool when you are using a widescreen monitor. Sleipnir, as a browser, is on par with other browsers and even better than some. Users can import bookmarks from Chrome easily, with a specialized tool. Sleipnir uses Google for search results, and the toolbar and start menu provides users with access to necessary settings or options.

Sleipnir isn't an amazing product or idea, but it does add a little difference to the commonplace. It is a mid-point between the smartphone/tablet and the desktop screen. It is said to be very quick in its performance and is designed beautifully. Users can also easily connect their smartphone apps with the PC browser, linking everything together in one place. 

Sleipnir by Fenrir provides a more visually appealing layout and searches for things extra fast.

Features:

  • Uses your mouse to simulate touch commands
  • Unified with Cloud-based apps
  • Easy to use
  • Customizable
  • Interesting and beautiful aesthetic
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