|Initial release||March 19, 2010|
|Operating system||Windows (XP SP2 and later), Mac OS X|
Kylo is a web browser developed by Hillcrest Labs for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Initially released in 2010, the Kylo web browser features a 10-foot user interface, with large fonts and buttons that make it easy to see from across the room, making it especially suitable for use with a HTPC (Home theater PC) connected directly to a high-definition television.
||This article uses bare URLs for citations. (February 2012)|
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- Kylo – A Web Browser For Media Center
- Kylo TV Web Browser Announced for Windows and Mac HTPCs
- Kylo browser brings the web to your TV without the squint
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