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Opera Neon

A concept of tomorrow’s web browser you can play with today.

Get a glimpse into what Opera for computers could become. Each Opera Neon feature is an alternate reality for the Opera browser.

Dominik Bleilevens- Creator of @asksiralbert
It is not directly a screenshot tool, but the integrated screenshot function of Opera Neon is pretty amazing I think. I only use this since I installed the browser.
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
A great browser for Windows. Definitely surpasses Edge, Firefox and Chrome - for me.
TechCrunch
Browsers have gotten boring. After a flurry of innovation, especially around the time Google launched Chrome, things slowed down over the last few years. We've seen a few interesting experiments, mostly from smaller players like Yandex, Brave and Vivaldi, but the largest players have pretty much stuck to their script.
Business Insider
Remember when Chrome was exciting? It wasn't too long ago when Google's web browser was seen as a godsend, a minimalist and speedy alternative to the stagnant husk of Internet Explorer. Now, Chrome is at a point of dominance. And though it's not as messy as IE was at its peak, the magic has worn off.
The Verge
Opera released a new web browser today called Neon that's meant to try out a bunch of untested design ideas. Neon isn't close to being ready to replace your main web browser - it's being called a "concept browser" - but it does have some neat ideas that are fun to try out and, in some cases, you can imagine becoming part of a major browser one day.
NDTV Gadgets360.com
Opera has been launching quite a few features recently to up its browser game. From free VPN, to inbuilt ad-blocking, to a new privacy mode - the Opera browser updates have been frequently flowing. Ringing in the New Year, Opera has launched a parallel concept browser that showcases features that encapsulate the future of web browsing.
5 Alternatives to Opera Neon

Ulli

Self-driving Internet. The first AI-powered mobile browser.

Youbuyfrance
Ulli, the first With this in mind, Biggerpan wanted to " - Key browser features such as search results are - Thanks to its innovative interface where all the controls are placed at the bottom of the screen, Ulli further enhances mobile web browsing with its unique feature called the Ulli is a new web browser that improves and simplifies the mobile Internet n… See more
3 Alternatives to Ulli

HTTPS Everywhere

Chrome extension that encrypts and secures your browser

gokul- Not a fanboy. Tech enthusiast.
Well, it is self explanatory I guess! :)
Marco Hinz- Programmer. Runner.
Some websites offer HTTPS ("encrypted browsing"), but not by default. This extension forces HTTPS if it's available. It's handy because you install and can forget about it afterwards.
Andrey Golovin- mapbox
HTTPS Everywhere is a Firefox, Chrome, and Opera extension that encrypts your communications with many major websites, making your browsing more secure by default.
3 Alternatives to HTTPS Everywhere

Manageyum 2.0

A browser made precisely for your apps.

Ivan Wong- QCG
Not free (unless you recommend 5 friends) and independent of the browser, but I found this to be the fastest and most stable of all the options for the Mac.
Niklaus Gerber- Crafting outstanding digital services
Once you use it you will never go back. FRANZ is also great but hogs way more ressources.
Steven Hambleton- Founder, Emailancer
I love keeping my web apps and browser tabs separate and reducing my memory footprint. Manageyum accomplishes this!
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Safari 10

The best way to see the sites.

Milo B.
I don't use Safari anymore, as I switched to Chrome for its extensions and DevTools, but if it's one thing that I miss – it's the Read Later function. Native, light-weight, synced, and accessible. Absolutely fantastic!
Alex Pandelidis- Digital Marketer
Works seamlessly on Apple devices, no extra sign-in/account/app required (besides iCloud). Reading list also keeps an offline version as well and has plenty of iOS/MacOS app support.
7 Alternatives to Safari 10

Internet

A fast, lite, and private mobile browser by Amazon

Internet browser is lighter than the competition. This means more storage to download the latest videos and music from your favorite sites. Get new features regularly, with updates so small you may even decide to download them with your data plan.

The Next Web
There's no shortage of web browsing apps on Google Play, and today, Amazon's added one of its own to the list for some reason. It's called ' Internet ', and Amazon says it's 'fast, lite, and private.'
Tech2
E-commerce giant Amazon has launched 'Internet ', a new internet browser for Android users in India. This new browser is likely to be a 'Lite' version of the actual full-fledged browser. The company has not branded the browser as a Lite version of its Silk browser.
The Verge
Amazon now has an Android web browser app that's designed to use minimal storage and data. It's called... Internet. The app has been sitting unspotted in the Google Play app store since March. Amazon hasn't publicly announced its launch, which was reported by TechCrunch .
6 Alternatives to Internet

Opera Touch

The fast, new browser with Flow

Opera Touch is a fast browser with instant web search and is designed to make it easy to browse with only one hand. Some of its features include:

- Search instantly.

- Designed to be used on the go.

- Create your own Flow for the things you find online.

- Safe and secure browsing.

- Native ad blocker for faster browsing.

Digital Trends
Opera has launched a new mobile browser, Opera Touch, which aims to make it easier to browse the web with one hand when you're on the go. How? Well, for starters, it offers a "Fast Action" button at the bottom of the screen that allows the user to access a range of the browser's features.
The Verge
Opera is releasing a new Android web browser today with a couple of clever interface choices meant to make it easier to use than other mobile browsers. It's called Opera Touch, and the interface is designed around one-handed use.
The Next Web
Using a smartphone is an inherently two-handed affair. It's extremely difficult to browse, text, or tweet using just one hand. Ever tried to tap out an abusive message to Justin Bieber while you're behind the wheel of car, for example? It's hard. Wait, that's illegal? Er... never mind. What was I saying?
TechCrunch
Opera today announced a new mobile browser, Opera Touch, that shows that there's still plenty of room for a competitor in the mobile browsing world. Opera Touch takes some ideas from the company's experimental Opera Neon desktop browser and packages it into a highly usable package for Android, with an iOS version coming soon.
11 Alternatives to Opera Touch

Colibri

Modern browser without tabs

Steve
Colibri Browser is designed to be fast, efficient, and uncluttered. It has the most compact interface of any web browsers. You can browse your favorite websites with the largest view, the least distraction, and the lowest resource usage. Links is designed to replace tabs, bookmarks, and history. You can add any web page to Links for future reference with a … See more
9 Alternatives to Colibri

Addap’s is a browser that rethinks completely the way you interact with the web. It allows you to create in a matter of seconds as much as online environments as you like, each composed of multiple web content and apps you choose, all visible and active simultaneously. It further allows you to share those environments with friends and communities and to enhance your web content knowledge.

4 Alternatives to Addap's

Firefox Notes 4.0

A notepad for Firefox, now with multi-note support.

Multi-note support is now available in the new Test Pilot Notes v4 update! This was the most requested feature after going through all of the user research and feedback. You may also notice more UX changes to make Notes feel more like the rest of Firefox by following the Photon design system guidelines.

Medium
Multi-note support is now available in the new Test Pilot Notes v4 update. This was the most requested feature after going through all of the user research and feedback. You may also notice more UX changes to make Notes feel more like the rest of Firefox by following the Photon design system guidelines.
9 Alternatives to Firefox Notes 4.0

What apps do you use to protect your online privacy?

Daniel Greenberg
TunnelBear - Secure your data and hide your IP address behind a bear.
"It's a cute VPN!"
Tor Browser 6.0 - Browse the internet anonymously
"A simple and free option but many sites block its IPs."
Private Internet Access - $40/yr VPN w/ unlimited bandwidth & worldwide gateways
"In torrentfreak there is a good detail about what they log. Basically nothing. In fact there was a case where goverment ask them to share l… See more
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