Sleipnir iPhone browser released, brings great tabs and full screen experience

Sleipnir is a great new browser for the iPhone and it brings some unique features to the table. It’s not native like iOS Safari and it doesn’t bring flash video to the iPhone like SkyFire but it does bring a very unique and intuitive tabbed browsing experience. The tabs feature (video above) lets you flick through your different tabs (similar to Opera Mobile) without having to leave the page you are currently browsing.

Sleipnir also has a very smooth full screen mode that users may find helpful on pages with a lot of text. The browser is also very smooth and “snappy” overall with quick pinching and zooming. Additioanlly, the browser has an enhanced search bar that lets you quickly search Google, Amazon, eBay, Wikipedia, Google Images, Google Realtime, Yahoo, and Bing. It’s available for free on the App Store. (via TUAW)

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