Jumanji Alternatives

    Jumanji is described as 'jumanji is a highly customizable and functional web browser based on the libwebkit web content engine and the gtk+ toolkit' and is an app in the Web Browsers category. There are more than 100 alternatives to Jumanji for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iPhone. The best alternative is Mozilla Firefox, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Jumanji are Google Chrome (Free), Brave (Free, Open Source), Opera (Free) and Chromium (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Sep 9, 2021

      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      • elementary OS
      A simple and performant yet powerful elementary OS-style window onto the open decentralized web, exploring how best to help you (re)discover interesting/entertaining/useful/etc webpages!
    1. Privacy Maiar was built to protect your privacy, and give you total control over your data. We don’t track, collect, or share your private data. It’s none of our business. But here’s more.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Mac
      • Windows
      • Linux
      Fork of the Iceape-UXP Internet Suite. I forked this to learn how a classic Mozilla application works and also because I feel that development on Iceape-UXP is too slow.
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    2. Puffin Browser Lite makes web surfing swift, stylish and organized. The wicked fast browser family has a new face! The brand new Puffin Browser Lite redefines the meaning of intuitive and stylish web browsing.
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    3. The browser that makes you faster and better at working on the web. Organize your work Organize your pages and web-apps by project. Multitask like a pro Multitask like a pro with two active pages at a time. The SigmaOS Key
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      • FreemiumProprietary
      • iPhone
      • iPad
      Zoomable is a browser that provides a full desktop web experience. It simulates a large and resizable screen and shows the desktop version of websites, so you can stay away from those bad mobile web experiences.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      Historically, Iceape was a re-branding of SeaMonkey by the Debian project. However, Debian discontinued Iceape in December 2013 citing security concerns and lack of a maintainer.
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    4. The Chromium -based Microsoft Edge has four channels overall: Canary, Dev (short for Developer), Beta, and Stable.
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    5. Web-browser for research that helps programmers think clearly. Toggle On Use a hotkey to make bonsai appear anywhere. Fast & Fuzzy Find anything with a few keystrokes. Spatial Organization Paint a picture with your data.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Android
      Lynket slides over the website from the app, enabling you to transition into the website seamlessly. Even if you navigate multiple times, you can always press X to quickly return to the app, where you left.
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