As a web developer, you’ve likely tried several browsers and have landed on one you use the most. Whether it is for development or personal use, we often like to stick with what works. Maybe you use the same browser to do both.
With all of the different browsers available, new changes and additions are coming out all the time. Here, we’re going to cover five browsers you may have missed. You never know, one of them might become your new go-to browser.
Firefox has long been a go-to browser for web developers. Thanks to its safety and privacy, many use it and trust it. It has improved dramatically in recent years, with Firefox Quantum being the best choice for devs.
If you’re new to web development, there are loads of helpful information available. Get you can be started in the right direction, read more here.
Opera is a cross-platform browser that has great features like free VPN services. There’s even an ad blocker. It has reliable Dragonfly development tools for web developers who want the same engine that Chrome uses but without the Google attachment.
Opera has many years of experience under its belt. Every new edition adds something useful and unique.
This is Apple’s prized web browser. If you’re a developer, you have to try out their Technology Preview version of Safari. It’s lightning-fast, safe to use, and has many, many extensions available.
Brave is quickly gaining traction, thanks to its excellent marketing campaign. They focus on the dark side of popular web browsers and how sensitive information can be used against the user. Since it is cross-platform, it’s easy to work with and highly versatile.
Brave prides itself on its privacy and safety. So if this is important to you above all else, you may want to give Brave a shot.
We’re all familiar with Chrome. And for a good reason. It has several versatile plug-ins available for it with more on the horizon all the time. It has one of the most fantastic rendering engines on the market, and its flexibility is unmatched.
Web developers use Canary for their needs. It’s merely one of the best that is out there, with more devs turning to it all the time.
These web browsers are all highly capable and ready to use. Some have more options than others, but if you’re familiar at all with Chrome, you should have no trouble with others.
Many use the same V8 engine that Chrome uses, so you’ll likely feel right at home. If you need a little help, be sure to try Google Analytics. Its sturdy and helpful tools will get your web page streamlined and optimized in no time.
You may want to try out several until you find the right fit for your needs. And with new editions coming out all the time, you’ll stay up to date with the latest releases and builds.