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Apps with 'Based on Webkit engine' feature

  1. A free web browser developed by Google from the open source Chromium project with a focus on speed and minimalism.

  2. The best browser for your Mac is the one that comes with your Mac. Safari is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers. Handy tools help you save, find, and share your favorite sites. Built-in privacy features help keep your browsing your business.



  3. GNOME Web is the web browser for the GNOME desktop, based on the popular WebKit engine. It offers a simple, clean, beautiful view of the Web featuring first-class GNOME desktop integration. Its code name is Epiphany.

  4. Konqueror is an Open Source web browser powered by the KHTML rendering engine (and optionally Webkit) which means it supports the latest web standards such as HTML5, Javascript, CSS3, and others. Konqueror is part of KDEs "kdebase" package.

  5. Orion is a WebKit-based browser which focuses on privacy and is compatible with most Firefox and Chrome extensions.

  6. Node.js bridge to Webkit – package and distribute webapps on all platforms.

  7. QtWeb Internet Browser - lightweight, secure and portable browser having unique user interface and privacy features.

    Discontinued

    Last version was released 2 years ago (9th September 2013) , last source code change was 2 years ago (9th October 2013)

  8. Aloha Browser is a fast, free, full-featured web browser that provides maximum privacy and security.

  9. Rekonq is a web browser for KDE based on WebKit. It first focuses on being a light, fast & clean way to access to net. Its development is doubly based on using the new amazing features offered by the WebKit rendering engine and on the rock solid network KDE technologies.

    Discontinued

    The project seems to be no longer maintained. Last version, 2.4.2, released in January 2014, can be still downloaded from SourceForge.

  10. WebPositive, or Web+ for short, is Haiku's native web browser. One part of its name is a tip of the hat to BeOS' simple NetPositive, the other points to its modern foundation: the WebKit.

  11. Websites have become incredibly powerful tools, often more powerful than traditional desktop apps. However, despite their usefulness, they still live as tabs in our cluttered web browsers and aren’t given all of the benefits of native desktop apps.

  12. Tauri is a toolkit that helps developers make applications for the major desktop platforms - using virtually any frontend framework in existence. The core is built with Rust and the CLI leverages Node.

  13. xombrero is a minimalist web browser with sophisticated security features designed-in, rather than through an add-on after-the-fact.

    Discontinued

    xombrero has been retired and is no longer under development and supported. Last version, 1.6.4, released in February 2015, can be still downloaded from GitHub.