Cyberfox Alternatives

    Cyberfox is described as '64-bit version (32-bit download also available) of Mozilla Firefox , compiled With Microsoft Visual Studio 2012, Windows 8 SDK & Intel Composer XE 2013' and is a popular app in the Web Browsers category. There are more than 50 alternatives to Cyberfox for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Android, Linux and iPad. The best alternative is Mozilla Firefox, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Cyberfox are Google Chrome (Free), Brave (Free, Open Source), Opera (Free) and Chromium (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Oct 20, 2021

      • Mac
      • iPhone
      • iPad
      • Apple Watch
      iCab is an alternative web browser for the Mac and iOS, with numerous useful features not found in other browsers.
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    1. The concept of the "Sushi Browser" is wanting to utilize the screen to the maximum capacity just by a simple operation. Its goal is to be as fantastic as sushi.
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    2. A full screen web browser for devices that don't need a desktop.
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    3. Citrio is an innovative user-friendly web-browser, which combines powerful functionality and exquisite design of the user interface.

      Warning

      Potential security/privacy issues, see: http://genxpose.blogspot.com/2014/12/citrio-browser-avoid-it.html

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    4. Multi-session browsing and dedicated Workspaces in your Browser will help you breeze through your work day. Isolate Your Identities Color-coded sessions have separate cookie jars so you can log into multiple accounts at once.


      • FreeOpen Source
      • Android
      • Android Tablet
      Lucid Browser is a free and open source browser designed to be small, light, fast, and simple. The app itself is as small as 1 MB. The browser uses a custom homepage that loads locally for quick start-ups. It is easy to use and very handy.
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    5. A web browser for the power user. Forget the browser window full of unsorted, jammed tabs. Alloy is built up on Tasks, of which every has its own Tablist. You only see the relevant Tabs for your current Task.
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    6. You are most probably not selling guns to Yemen over the Internet. However, already very basic information about you can be very harmful if in the wrong hands. Your health data could be sold to an insurance company, which could deny selling you insurance.
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    7. Opera Developer Browser is based from Opera but it gets new (unstable) features first.
    8. Diigo browser (formerly iChromy) brings the best of Chrome’s interface, speed and Diigo 's web annotation service to the iPad.
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