Iridium Browser is a privacy-focused build of Chromium. It removes additional telemetry features, provides various enhancements for stricter security without compromising compatibility or sacrificing modern features. Hosted on a fully public repository and its development funded by the Open Source Business Alliance. And the project provides builds for many common distributions and plattforms.
µBlock Origin is an efficient and general-purpose web filter plugin for browsers. It's primarily used for ad blocking of course. Runs in Firefox, Chrome, Opera Blink, Safari, Fennec, and other Chromium-based browsers. It automatically uses EasyList, EasyPrivacy and Malware Domain filter lists, but also supports hpHosts, MVPS HOSTS, Spam404 and many other curated block lists. µBlock is speedier and more memory conservative than other ad blockers, and is completely open source, does not undermine
pgweb is a web-frontend in Go to browse PostgreSQL 9.x databases. It easily connects to a running local or remote server, shows tables and rows, can detail the table and column type attributes, run SQL queries, and export results to CSV. It's cross-platform and easily started from the console and then be accessed per browser.
Zeal is an offline documentation browser. It's similar to Dash on OS X, but available cross-platform. It comes with ready-to-download manuals for many scripting and programming languages, frameworks and document standards. Zeal greatly simplifies searching across documentation.
Pale Moon is a web browser derived from Firefox. It's not just a repackaged variant, but progresses with its own XUL-based interface focused on ease of use, but still incorporates latest Firefox technologies and supports many browser extensions.
A web browser extension that emulates Content Delivery Networks locally by intercepting requests, finding the required resource and injecting it into the environment. This all happens instantaneously, automatically, and no prior configuration is required. Feel free to use this testing utility to see if it's properly installed, enabled, and correctly configured.
Browser Notebook displays, encrypts and stores notes locally in the Web browser. Unlike similar programs, the texts are stored nowhere else than in your browser and always in encrypted form. The plaintext is kept in memory only. You can either use the online version without any registration or installation, or you can download the offline version and use it without Internet access.
QupZilla is a new and very fast QtWebEngine browser. It aims to be a lightweight web browser available through all major platforms. This project has been originally started only for educational purposes. But from its start, QupZilla has grown into a feature-rich browser. QupZilla has all standard functions you expect from a web browser. It includes bookmarks, history (both also in sidebar) and tabs. Above that, it has by default enabled blocking ads with a built-in AdBlock plugin.
adx is a minimalistic but full-featured address book for contact management running completely in web browser. Features: XML based, small (<200KB), lightweight, portable, contact tagging, geo mapping, web accounts, etc. Export functionality: vCard download, QR code generator (offline) for (vCard, WiFi, free text), Embedded Microformats (hCard 1.0, XFN). How it works: XML + XSLT = HTML web app in your web browser. Can be hosted online or local (disk, USB flash drive, etc). Own your data!
Font Manager is an end-user oriented GUI to manage desktop fonts. It abstracts command line tools (fc-cache) away behind a pretty font preview browser and simple drag'n'drop installation method. It can also disable/enable fonts, collections, monitor directories, or add new sources. Recent versions are implemented in Vala and Gtk.
Fifth is a Linux-exclusive browser that carries the best features from Opera, as well as a few unique features that are likely to please Linux power users. It's based on a custom Webkit port to FLTK and comes licensed under the GPLv3.
The SeaMonkey project is a community effort to develop the SeaMonkey all-in-one internet application suite (see below). Such a software suite was previously made popular by Netscape and Mozilla, and the SeaMonkey project continues to develop and deliver high-quality updates to this concept. Containing an Internet browser, email & newsgroup client with an included web feed reader, HTML editor, IRC chat and web development tools, SeaMonkey is sure to appeal to advanced users, web developers and co
A simple GTK-based Markdown previewer, designed to be used with an external editor. There are many Markdown previewers. mdpreview has been written to be as easy to use with an external editor as possible. Just open mdpreview, open your editor and start editing. mdpreview will automatically reload when the file changes, detect when you're viewing the bottom of the document and automatically scroll down on new content, and more. It includes themes that closely resemble github, and bitbucket.
GoldBug is a secure communication suite offering an E-Mail-Client, an Instant Chat Messenger, Filetransfer and a P2P Websearch within decentralized URL-Databases. Every of your transfers is multi-encrypted by default. ● English User Manual: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Goldbug ● Deutsches Benutzer-Handbuch: https://de.wikibooks.org/wiki/Goldbug ● http://marjorie-wiki.de/wiki/GoldBug_(Instant_Messenger%29 COMPILE from source: https://github.com/textbrowser/spot-on
Midori is a fast web browser, which still makes the latest HTML5/CSS3/JS5 features available through WebKit. It comes with a lean user interface per default, but is extensible per plugins or userscripts, integrates privacy and ad-blocking features, and is available cross-platform.
Dillo is a small and speed-oriented web browser. It's implemented in C, C++ using the FLTK gui toolkit. It implements a custom HTML and CSS rendering engine for low resource usage. Functionality-wise it targets end-users and web developers.
laroux.js is a slim (30KB) jQuery/Zepto substitute, cross-browser and mobile device compatible, with a few lightweight conceptual extensions (UI helpers and MVC). So far it comes with AJAX support, animations, CSS, Date, DOM, Event, Form and Helper modules, MVC, Stack, Templating, Timers, Triggers, UI, Vars and Wrapper components.
UReadIt is a simple browser for reddit.com on Ubuntu phones. It utilizes the Reddit API, to read and post articles and coments, inbox management, and up/downvoting. It uses QML and also works in Desktop view.
SubLime is a tool to overlay subtitles loaded from a subtitles file (in SRT format) over an HTML5 video element in your browser. It is available as a bookmarklet and as an extension for the Chrome browser.
A socially easy and nice way to host and share your own digital business card in many formats: iOS Passbook pass, VCF and HTML5.
TunesViewer is a simple browser for iTunes-University podcasts and media for Linux and Android. It also allws searching and downloading videos or lectures, makes the RSS podcast direct feed available, or allows iTunesU logons.
qtmib is a SNMP tool to browse MIB/OID values. It's a Qt4 frontend for net-snmp tools, may communicate with any SNMPv1 or v2-enabled device. qtmib contains a large set of predefined MIB mappings, provides network discovery, and generate reports on system, interface, routing table, connections, process, software.
CSSBox is an HTML and CSS browser rendering engine implemented in Java. It's primarily a browser engine, but also provides an API for complete DOM and computeted rendering information for further inspection and adaptions. It understands HTML and XHTML variations, CSS2 and some CSS3 directives. It's easy to integrate in Java and Swing applications, and also can render to bitmap or vector graphics.