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The most popular open source web browser developed by Mozilla community. <a href="https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/" target="_blank">over 6,000 Firefox add-ons</a> available to plug in to the browser Manage online auctions, upload digital photos, see the weather forecast in a glance and listen to music all from the convenience of your browser. It could be used in PC and Mobile.
Opera is fast secure and easy to use. It could be used in PC, Mobile and devices. The browser is free but the SDK and its addons are <A HREF="http://dev.opera.com/" target="_blank">open source BSD license.</A>
Camino is an open source web browser developed with a focus on providing the best possible experience for Mac OS X users. With features like annoyance blocking, tab overview, and phishing and malware detection, Camino keeps you browsing safer and faster on the Web.
ApoCast 0.2.2 Welcome to the ApoCast 0.2.2. Right now features are very sparse, but as we expand ApoCast's library of features you will be amazed. Below you will see a list of planned features. If you would like to join the ApoCast team, please email email@example.com for more details. Currently Planned Features: â€¢\tAutomatic Adding of http:// â€¢\tBookmarks â€¢\tHistory â€¢\tTabs â€¢\tGoogle Search â€¢\tCustom Toolbar â€¢\tAutomatic Updates â€¢\tLoading Bar â€¢\tDownloads â€¢\tView Source
Chweb is a small tool which shows a dialog after clicking a hyperlink, allowing you to select a browser with which to open the link. Project status: Beta This is designed for users with multiple browsers installed (for example: Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer). This becomes particularly useful when your web usage is regularly serviced by multiple browsers. This tool will not be for most people, as many people tend to use one browser for 99% of their browsing. It works by setting it's self
Hierarkia board game (http://www.niksula.hut.fi/~svirpioj/hierarkia/index_fi.html), for web-browser.