Epiphany 3.16 Improves The GNOME Web Browser
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 24 March 2015 at 08:27 AM EDT. 13 Comments
The Epiphany open-source web-browser has benefited from a number of changes ahead of tomorrow's GNOME 3.16 release.

Epiphany 3.16.0 has been checked-in for GNOME 3.16.0 and over the course of the past half-year it saw a number of improvements for those using this browser alternative to the likes of Firefox and Chrome.

Epiphany is powered by the new WebKitGTK+ and among the additions for the 3.16 milestone are support for WebKitGTK's script messages, support for opening the web page sources in the default text editor, a new Icognito Window desktop action, improvements to the Epiphany application mode, a speaker icon now shows what tabs are producing audio, Ctrl+F now toggles the search bar, F6 focuses the address entry, there's numerous UI improvements, support for HTML5 Web Notifications, and various other changes. Besides the big ticket items are also a number of bug fixes, memory leak fixes, translation updates, and other small changes.

You can try out the latest Epiphany web-browser code via the Epiphany Git repository.
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