Sleipnir is a browser that can maintain some communication with smart phones. Sleipnir, the only web browser that can be linked with smartphones has received an interesting update; this has been added to WebKit engine that is also used by web browsers such as Google Chrome, Safari, Arora, Midori, Rekonq and many others.
This means that now there will be support for Google Chrome extensions and also be able to use Internet Explorer engine which is still integrated.
So we need to download the application in our mobile, so when we want we can send the information required to our smartphone.
Among the possibilities are:
- Send a phone number to your mobile phone to make use of it
- Submit a website to your smartphone to open it from there
- Send text messages from your desktop and toward the phone to open these in the messaging application
- Send an address from the browser to find your location using the mobile.
In addition to these possibilities the browser has links to the websites of applications needing more to share, save and preserve the content we generate (Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, SkyDrive, Evernote and Readability / Pocket). Downloading Sleipnir is free and available for both Windows and Mac