In order to navigate the web, Sleipnir displays a horizontally scrolling selection of thumbnail tabs. By rolling over each tab with your cursor, you are shown the tab’s name and the option to close it. You can also drag tabs on one another, in order to group them together.
For web searching, as soon as you type in a subject, you are given results from the search engine of your choice (configurable in Preferences). By hitting tab, you can look up that same term on Amazon, eBay, Wikipedia, or any site you wish.
Sleipnir does have a few nice features tucked away, such as gesture support for tabs; to close a tab simply use an L-shaped swipe, to reopen a closed tab, use a square-esq shaped U, or you can reload a page by drawing a circle. These do require some more work, but in testing seemed to function fairly well.
Key Features include:
- WebKit base.
- Support for HD Retina* displays.
- Additional search services support.
- WebKit and OS X security.
- Sync bookmarks with iOS devices.
Operating system : Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP