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dual-engine web browser Sleipnir is a popular Japanese web browser implements the Blink engine, which is also used in Google Chrome. The browser is highly customizable and provides a unique interface with thumbnail tabs, support for mouse gestures, favorite management, and more Sleipnir also offers optional integration with an online service that enables you to share web content with via Facebook, Twitter (etc.) and link content with your Android or iPhone device. Since Sleipnir uses the Blink engine (Chrome) it is compatible with all your favorite Chrome exensions. Copyright

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Publisher Fenrir Inc. (2) Price Free
Version 6.5.5  history Last updated Mar 14, 2024
File Size 84.8 Mb Requirements None

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Now a ChromeBlink browser 4 stars by realbull2009250 Mar 11, 2015 (Read all my 60 reviews)
At first you may be a little confused by the interface. Actually the interface is set-up more similar to Opera than Chrome. The setting button(like Opera's) is on the left instead of the right. All ChromeBlink option's are there with the ability to sync devices and pretty much feels like Chrome. But there are some differences. The biggest difference is that the tabs have a website thumbnail on the tab, so you can distinguish each website tab. Also it has a "tab-stash" feature that was similar to Opera/Blink's when they tried to replace bookmarks(now discontinued in OperaBlink). You can create tab pages and "stash" your favorite websites on them; kind of like speed-dial tabs. Each tab looks like a speed-dial tab, but they are really opened website tabs. Very useful if you like to keep a lot of tabs open. I'd say it was a good idea that they dropped the Explorer/Firefox browser cap and created their own browser. Now they have the opportunity to be creative and innovative rather than riding on Explorer's and Firefox's back. I'd like to see more unique features to be added. I recommend that you give it a try. show Review details
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