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chromium
Open-source version of Google Chrome web browser - Versions: 63.0.3218.0, 62.0.3202.9, 62.0.3202.18, 63.0.3213.3, 61.0.3163.100 (BSD)
ck4up
Check for Updates on HTTP pages - Versions: 1.2 (GPL-2)
conkeror
A Mozilla-based web browser whose design is inspired by GNU Emacs - Versions: 1.0_pre20140212, 1.0_pre20150519, 1.0.3 (|| ( MPL-1.1 GPL-2 LGPL-2.1 ) CC-BY-SA-3.0)
dillo
Lean FLTK based web browser - Versions: 3.0.5-r1, 3.0.5 (GPL-3)
dooble
A Secure and Open Source Web Browser - Versions: 1.56c (BSD GPL-3 LGPL-2.1)
elinks
Advanced and well-established text-mode web browser - Versions: 0.12_pre6-r1, 0.12_pre6-r2, 9999 (GPL-2)
epiphany
GNOME webbrowser based on Webkit - Versions: 3.22.7, 3.24.4 (GPL-2+)
fetch
HTTP download tool built atop the HTTP fetcher library - Versions: 1.0-r3 (LGPL-2.1)
firefox
Firefox Web Browser - Versions: 52.2.0, 55.0.2, 52.3.0 (MPL-2.0 GPL-2 LGPL-2.1)
firefox-bin
Firefox Web Browser - Versions: 55.0.2, 52.3.0 (MPL-2.0 GPL-2 LGPL-2.1)
google-chrome
The web browser from Google - Versions: 61.0.3163.100 (google-chrome)
google-chrome-beta
The web browser from Google - Versions: 62.0.3202.29 (google-chrome)
google-chrome-unstable
The web browser from Google - Versions: 63.0.3218.0 (google-chrome)
httrack
HTTrack Website Copier, Open Source Offline Browser - Versions: 3.48.21-r1, 3.49.2-r1, 3.49.1, 3.48.21-r2 (GPL-3)
jd
gtk2 based 2ch browser written in C++ - Versions: 2.8.5_p120826 (GPL-2)
links
A fast and lightweight web browser running in both graphics and text mode - Versions: 2.14 (GPL-2)
luakit
A fast, light, simple to use micro-browser using WebKit and Lua - Versions: 9999, 2017.08.10 (GPL-3)
lynx
An excellent console-based web browser with ssl support - Versions: 2.8.9_pre16, 2.8.9_pre11 (GPL-2)
midori
A lightweight web browser based on WebKitGTK+ - Versions: 0.5.11-r2 (LGPL-2.1 MIT)
netrik
A text based web browser with no ssl support - Versions: 1.16.1-r1 (GPL-3)
netsurf
a free, open source web browser - Versions: 3.6 (GPL-2 MIT)
opera
A fast and secure web browser - Versions: 47.0.2631.55, 12.16_p1860-r1, 47.0.2631.80 (OPERA-2014)
opera-beta
A fast and secure web browser - Versions: 48.0.2685.26, 48.0.2685.22 (OPERA-2014)
opera-developer
A fast and secure web browser - Versions: 49.0.2723.0, 49.0.2720.0 (OPERA-2014)
otter
Project aiming to recreate classic Opera (12.x) UI using Qt5 - Versions: 0.9.12, 9999 (GPL-3)
phantomjs
A headless WebKit scriptable with a JavaScript API - Versions: 2.1.1, 2.0.0-r1, 1.9.8 (BSD)
pybugz
Command line interface to (Gentoo) Bugzilla - Versions: 9999, 0.13, 0.12.1 (GPL-2)
qupzilla
A cross-platform web browser using QtWebEngine - Versions: 2.0.2, 2.1.1, 2.1.2 (GPL-3)
qutebrowser
A keyboard-driven, vim-like browser based on PyQt5 and QtWebKit - Versions: 0.9.1, 9999, 0.8.4 (GPL-3)
ripe-atlas-cousteau
A Python wrapper around the RIPE Atlas API - Versions: 1.0.7, 1.2, 1.0.6 (GPL-3)
seamonkey
Seamonkey Web Browser - Versions: 2.49.3.0_p0, 2.49.2.0_p0, 2.46-r1, 2.48-r1, 2.48 (MPL-2.0 GPL-2 LGPL-2.1)
seamonkey-bin
Mozilla Application Suite - web browser, email, HTML editor, IRC - Versions: 2.48 (MPL-2.0 GPL-2 LGPL-2.1)
surf
a simple web browser based on WebKit/GTK+ - Versions: 9999, 2.0 (MIT)
surfraw
A fast unix command line interface to WWW - Versions: 2.2.9-r1 (public-domain)
uget
Download manager using gtk+ and libcurl - Versions: 1.8.0, 1.10.3, 9999, 1.10.3-r1, 1.10.4 (LGPL-2.1)
vivaldi
A new browser for our friends - Versions: 1.11.917.43_p1-r1, 1.12.955.36_p1, 1.11.917.43_p1 (Vivaldi)
vivaldi-snapshot
A new browser for our friends - Versions: 1.13.966.3_p1 (Vivaldi)
w3m
Text based WWW browser, supports tables and frames - Versions: 0.5.3-r9 (w3m)
w3mmee
A variant of w3m with support for multiple character encodings - Versions: 0.3.2_p24-r7, 0.3.2_p24-r9 (public-domain)
weboob
Weboob (Web Outside of Browsers) provides several applications to interact with a lot of websites - Versions: 9998, 0g, 9999, 0h (AGPL-3)
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