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Sleipnir Mobile Gains Social-Networking, Read Later, And Other Service Integrations

Sleipnir Mobile Gains Social-Networking, Read Later, And Other Service Integrations

July 6, 2012
Mentioned in our Best Web Browsers for the iPhone and iPad Web Browsers AppLists, Sleipnir Mobile is certainly a notable iOS web browser, but has had a tough time competing in the high demand category. However, Fenrir takes another step forward with the release of Sleipnir Mobile v2.0, which allows sharing and archiving through social networks, cloud storage, and other web services. Accessible by tapping either the current tab or the action button, the new services include Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Google+, Readability, Instapaper, Pocket, Dropbox, Evernote, and SkyDrive. You can share via Twitter or Facebook immediately, although, the other options require you to log-in with a Fenrir Pass account. As listed by Fenrir, the top features of Sleipnir Mobile consist of:
  • Scroll from the right or left edge of the page to switch tabs
  • Operate tabs with the various gestures (close, refresh, restore, etc.)
  • FlickWipe: Flick down a tab to close it
  • Hold And Go: Hold down a link or bookmark to open it in the background
  • Transfer pages with other devices using Bluetooth / WiFi Network
  • Full Screen
  • Smart Search: Hold down texts to select and search for the word
  • Double-tap on a tab to protect it
  • Tap the right edge of the screen to scroll
  • Tab Group to organize tabs
  • Fenrir Pass automatically synchronizes bookmarks with other devices
  • Twitter and Facebook supported
  • Search from various sites
  Sleipnir Mobile is a universal app compatible with iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch running iOS 4.0 or later, and available in the App Store as a free download. Sleipnir Browser is also available for OS X and Windows with built-in cross-platform sharing capabilities. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]

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