Alternatives to Vimium for all platforms with any license

  • Vimperator icon

    Vimperator

    Vimperator is a Firefox browser extension with strong inspiration from the Vim text editor, with a mind towards faster and more efficient browsing. It has similar key bindings and you could call it a modal web browser, as key bindings...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Web / Cloud Firefox

  • VimFx icon

    VimFx

    VimFx is a Mozilla Firefox extension which introduces Vim-style keyboard shortcuts for browsing and navigation, significantly reducing the use of mouse, and allowing your hands to rest on the home row.

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Firefox

  • Pentadactyl icon

    Pentadactyl

    Pentadactyl is a free browser add-on for Firefox, designed to make browsing more efficient and especially more keyboard accessible. Largely inspired by the Vim text editor, the appearance and finger feel of Pentadactyl should be...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Firefox

  • cVim icon

    cVim

    chromium-vim - Vim bindings for Google Chrome. Why is this different than Vimium, ViChrome, or Vrome? These extensions do a wonderful job of adding Vim-like keybindings to Google Chrome, but they lack many of the features that...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Chrome

  • vrome

    Vrome is a Vim keybindings extension for Chrome. Designed to provide a more efficient browsing experience, Vrome comes with its own additions that will surprise you. Vim and Vimperator/Pentadactyl users will feel right at home. ...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux Chrome OS

  • Mouseless Browsing

    Mouseless Browsing (MLB) enables you to browse the web entirely with the keyboard. The basic principle is to add small boxes with unique ids behind every link and/or form element. You just have to type in the id to trigger the...

    Free Mac Windows Linux Firefox

Vimium Comments

Browse the web using only your keyboard!

Positive Comment by Thelle
about Vimium and Vim Aug 2012

Vimium is a great tool that let's you browse the web using your keyboard using shortcuts inspired by Vim.

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