Epiphany — the web browser most of us would like to use, but don’t — has a new release on the way. Having had a sneaky peek at the upcoming update’s change-log I think it’s […]
To do well, the upcoming Linux-powered Librem 5 smartphone will need a decent set of mobile-ready apps — and a good web browser is key to that. Hoping to step up to the plate is […]
If you’ve been itching to toy with the latest development builds of WebKit on Linux you’ll be pleased to know it’s just gotten a bit easier. It’s all thanks to the newly announced ‘Epiphany Technology […]
Firefox Sync support will be the headline feature in GNOME Web 3.26, letting you sync browser tabs, history and other data between Epiphany/Web and Firefox.
GNOME Web (aka the browser formerly known as Epiphany) is working to add Firefox Sync support, letting users keep bookmarks, history and open-tabs in sync across devices.
GNOME Web, also known as 'Epiphany', now allows system web apps to run on other Linux desktops, positioning the app as a rival to Electron.
Google has been replaced by DuckDuckGo as the default search engine in GNOME's web-browser Web, developers have announced today.
Following on from its release last week, GNOME's default web-browser is now available for users of Ubuntu 13.04 to install.