QupZilla is a not often spoke of web-browser that is written in Qt and supports Qt5 while using the WebKit rendering engine.
QupZilla seeks to provide native widget styles on major Linux desktop environments, a unified library for bookmarks/history/RSS, "speed dial" for accessing favorite web-pages, and other modern web functionality.
As mentioned in an official blog post last week entitled New QtWebKit and QupZilla
, "QupZilla can now be compiled against Qt 5, so if you want, feel free to try it."
The latest QupZilla blog post largely talks about QtWebKit bringing in a recent WebKit version and that with this version WebGL is now working, there's support for spell-checking, a new Caret browsing option, an animated scrolling option, and a lot of fixes.
The blog post also notes QupZilla 1.4 is likely to be released in mid-February.
QupZilla was brought up in a recent Phoronix Forum discussion
about the KDE Rekonq web-browser