Review: Celensoft Super Web gives you a fine browser with unique features

Browse the Web with this stylish, social-savvy Web browser for Windows.

Celensoft Super Web includes most of the must-have features of a browser and several niche features that may win it some fans. Though it probably won't pull most people away from the likes of Chrome, Firefox, and Opera, that's not a knock on this solid program. If you don't need add-ons or extensions, it's definitely worth trying.

During the install, our antivirus program flagged this program as suspicious, though a post-install scan reported no viruses. The browser lets you incorporate your bookmarks from another program and set a default search engine right out of the gate. Though the app wins major points for its sleek, streamlined style that gives your pages more room to breathe, it lets you edit its look and feel with a few themes, as you might expect. However, Celensoft Super Web does not include extensions or add-ons in its app store, which might be a deal breaker for power users. It does feature an incognito mode and a built-in translator to automatically translate pages as you surf, though. There are even a few buttons that let you share to Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks without leaving the page or opening a new tab.

Though many people might not need the features this browser boasts, we could see people using them a lot. Celensoft Super Web misses the mark a little by not offering a robust add-on store like its competitors, but it gets passing grades in most other categories. If you're still undecided in the great browser wars, this one is worth trying.

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