Intuitive GNOME web browser
  20 reviews

Epiphany is a simple yet powerful GNOME web browser targeted at non-technical users. Its principles are simplicity and standards compliance.

Simplicity is achieved by a well designed user interface and reliance on external applications for performing external tasks (such as reading email). Simplicity does not mean less features; Epiphany has everything a modern web browser is expected to have.

Standards compliance is achieved on the HTML side by using the WebKitGTK+ rendering engine (which is based on the engine used by Apple Safari and Google Chrome); and on the user interface side by closely following the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines (HIG) and by close integration with the GNOME desktop.
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Mint-Account 1 week ago

I like it but with version 3.28.6 on Simple Machines based forums i cannot give votes in vote system, the buttons aren't visible. On some pages videos are not playing correctly. And in few occasions the browser have stuck or heavily slowed down (had to force shut) +The name is confusing: Web... please add something to make it more distinguishable

PlazmaKG 2 weeks ago

Epiphany is a brower that is completely FOSS, unique, and cool. However it really needs a solution like uBlock Origin, uMatrix, blocking third party cookies, etc. to help people protect their privacy online. I'd reccommend Firefox if you want to better protect your online privacy. Also, this is my opinion with every CSD app, but, the devs should really add an option to turn CSD off for non-Gnome desktops.

AlC-Cville 2 months ago

doesn't have means of looking for . directories for import of bookmarks, so cannot find any. Effectively useless.

VGDESIGN 7 months ago

A good and simple Browser for internet surfing.

rawaniajay 1 year ago

Great Browser For Internet Surfing.I Use Vivaldi For Heavy Tasks.

Xeropero 1 year ago

Why is Epiphany-Browser a must have in my opinion? It is the best solution for presentations and quick tasks, in a matter of seconds. This browser is excellent as a 2nd browser, i use Vivaldi as my main (personal), and honestly Epiphany even looks so beautiful with Cinnamon, the GUI is really crisp and it is very well-responsive.

Darroch 1 year ago

Not bad but I am unsure how secure and safe the browser is.

black_rambo 2 years ago

really love it. was using chromium, noticed comp would run hot, dont' know why. with epiphany browser pages seem to load faster and overall easy to use. sure it is not great ui, but for how well it works, i am happy

MichaelB1953 2 years ago

Would not import the exported bookmarks of Firefox; some pages would load, others not. Tried adjusting all available settings in preferences to no avail. Removed. LM18.2 Mate.

Rafy 2 years ago

Avec mon vieu netbook j'ai testé tout les navigateur disponible dans la

ClaytonOz 4 years ago

Honestly? Too dumbed-down for me... Fx (Nightly) for main use + Fifth browser for ultra-light + Chromium in case those fail, are much better imho...

linuxero 4 years ago

A very little, lightweight & fast (faster than midori & firefox) browser for gnome users. I like it, but some good features missing - better clean history (clean for browsers, cache, cookies...), manger cookies, fast cards etc.

shelleyfrank 5 years ago

Just doesn't work on my system. Says Oops! without fail.

curlychap 5 years ago

All i need

RytronII 5 years ago

Underrated solid browser.

Gnnomon 5 years ago

normalmete sale un mensaje que dice Ups! Algo salio mal (corrijanlo)

masoris 5 years ago

I use this when I need to 'Save as Web Application'

Bob_VM 5 years ago

No Flash, No Private, no reason I can see to use it.

teXew 5 years ago

Blazing fast,lacks extensions and a few buttons..Linux Mint 16 xfce (64)

WhitePhoenix 6 years ago

Can't import Opera or Avant bookmarks. When it can, I will reconcider. Otherwise, it is useless to me. Too bad, looked like it might be good.