Some Awesome Opensource Web Browsers... Worth to Try... (part 3)
rekonq is a lightweight, QtWebKit-based web browser developed inside the free software project KDE. It is the default web browser of Chakra GNU/Linux.
rekonq aims to be a standalone and simple web browser. Its code was initially based on Qt Development Frameworks' QtDemoBrowser and is developed on KDE Projects' Git repository.
rekonq integrates into the KDE desktop, e.g. downloading files through KDE download system, sharing bookmarks with Konqueror, KIO support, etc. rekonq possesses most of the features of a modern web browser, specifically:
- Tabbed browsing
- Unique loading address bar
- Ad blocker
- Support for plugins (Flash, Java)
- Proxy support
- see more feature list @ official site..
official website :rekonq
12 . Brave
Brave is an opensource web browser developed by Brendan Eich , Mozilla co-founder and Creator of Java Script Programing language.
It aims to block website trackers and remove intrusive internet advertisements, and replaces them with ads sold by Eich's company. The browser also strives to improve online privacy by sharing less data with advertising customers, targeting web ads through anonymized analysis of their browsing history instead. Brave also intends to pay 15% of the ad revenue to the browser users, which they can in turn donate to bloggers and other providers of web content through micropayments. As of 2016, it is currently in version 0.7(beta).
- OS X
- Tabbed browsing
- Content Blocking and Add blocking (by Default)
- Better Privacy
- Resource Friendly
- Faster web page loading
Download links :You can download Brave for Android ,iOS ,Windows and for OS X on official website of Brave Browser or You can download and test the latest version from git hub page.
official link : Brave software
Github page : Git repository of Brave Browser
official website :Brave
13 . Pale Moon
Pale Moon is a free and open-source web browser based on Mozilla Firefox, available for Linux, Windows, and Android, developed and distributed by Dutch developer M.C. Straver. Pale Moon is a fork of Firefox, retaining the fully customizable user interface as seen in the previous era (4-28) of the Firefox browser, and focusing on the core tasks of web browsing. Pale Moon 26, uses the new web browser engine, Goanna , which is a fork of Gecko, the web browser engine of Firefox.
Because it is a fork of Firefox, Pale Moon is compatible with most (but not all) of the available Firefox extensions and plugins.
- Adds 64-bit computing support and hardware acceleration
- Uses a user interface similar to the one Firefox 28 and earlier used
- Support for firefox extensions(not all)
- Exposes additional configuration options such as scrolling, status, and new features specific to this browser
- Functional status bar and more freedom in customization
- Offers a personalizable start page in cooperation with start.me
- Supports Pale Moon-exclusive extensions and themes (e.g. Adblock Latitude)
- Uses the IP-API service instead of Google's for geolocation
- Uses DuckDuckGo instead of Google or Yahoo! as the default search engine
official website :Pale Moon
Dooble is a free and open source Web browser. Dooble was created to improve privacy. Dooble uses Qt for its user interface and abstraction from the operating system and processor architecture. As a result, Dooble should be portable to any system that supports OpenSSL, POSIX threads, Qt, SQLite, and other libraries.
- free BSD
- OS X
- Cookie Management
- Download Manager
- Distributed Search Engine
- Encrypted and Authenticated Information
- File Manager and FTP Browser
- Pass phrase
- Proxy Configuration
- Session Restoration
- Third-Party Content Blocking
official website :Dooble
15 . Web (Epiphany)
Web (originally called Epiphany from 2003 to 2012) is a free software web browser for the GNOME desktop environment.
The browser was forked from Galeon, after developers' disagreements about Galeon's growing complexity. Since then Web has been developed as part of the GNOME project and uses most of GNOME's technology and settings when applicable. It is part of the GNOME Core Applications. As required by the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines (HIG), Web maintains the clean and simple graphical user interface with only a required minimum number of features exposed to users by default. The browser's functionality and configurability can be extended with official and third-party extensions.
Web's source code is available under the GNU General Public License from the GNOME project. The binary builds of the browser are available in the package repositories of most Linux distributions and BSD releases.
- Unix & Unix-Like
- GNOME integration
- Web Applications mode