Mozilla Firefox is a web browser developed by Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Corp. Compatible with Linux, macOS, Windows, Fire TV, and other operating systems, Firefox features private browsing, spell-checking, plugins, and so on.
Android, iOS, Windows, Mac
Google Chrome is a web browser developed by Google LLC. Initially released as a browser for Windows, this freeware application was later on release for iOS, macOS, Linux, and Android. This also includes extensions and plugins.
Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, Linux
Opera is a web browser developed by Opera Software AS. Featuring a built-in ad blocker and VPN, this free browser is compatible with Linux, Mac, and Windows computers. Opera is also available as a USB portable browser.
Android, Windows, Mac, Linux
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that despite Internet Explorer being considered as one of the forefathers of web browsers, the first one was actually created 5 years before IE's debut? The WorldWideWeb, the first web browser, was created by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 1990. Three years after its release, Mosaic, credited as the first-ever popular browser, was born thanks to the efforts of software engineer Marc Andreessen and his team. Following his success, Andreessen soon started Netscape, releasing Netscape Navigator soon thereafter which, in turn, became the most popular browser during that time. Their success was short-lived, however, as soon as Microsoft debuted Internet Explorer in '95, eventually dominating the field until 2012 when Google's Chrome browser eventually took the market share from IE and became the most widely-used browser in that year.
Although Netscape was ultimately outranked by IE, it launched the Mozilla Foundation which was aimed at creating a new web browser that utilizes open source software model, eventually evolving into Firefox, effectively safeguarding their foothold in the industry. Firefox also came with a variety of add-ons, themes, and many other features. With the constant development of the internet, along with improvements to online surfing itself, it won't come as a surprise when another competitor will rise, showcasing new features that will be seen by many as innovative and fresh.
Microsoft Edge is a browser built for Windows 10, Windows Mobile and Xbox One. Edge is faster, safer & gives you longer battery life. Stream 4K & take notes on web pages.
Windows, Android, iOS
Safari is a fast and energy efficient web browser for macOS and iOS devices developed by Apple based on the WebKit engine. It has a built-in privacy feature and works with iCloud to let you browse seamlessly across all your devices.
Epic is a private browser that immediately disables lots of the most common ways your privacy is comprised when you are surfing the web as it doesn't save your history, no autofill feature and more.
Dooble is an open source and free web browser aiming to allow users to browse the Internet with more privacy. This browser was developed by Dooble Project Team through the WebKit engine.
Torch is a free Chrome-based internet browser compatible with Windows operated systems. It was developed by Torch Medi Inc. and the company first made it to the public in June 2012. Torch allows faster and safer browsing experience.