Epiphany Browser Does Its First Development Release Towards GNOME 3.22
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 25 April 2016 at 03:01 PM EDT. 12 Comments
GNOME's Epiphany web-browser has done its first development release in the GNOME 3.21 series, which is culminating with the GNOME 3.22 release this September.

Some of the changes to find with Epiphany 3.21.1 include "paste and go" support for the address bar, allow opening WebP files with the open dialog, redesigned error pages, a Duplicate Tab menu item for tabs, various fixes, updated translations, and more.

Those wanting to learn more about the Epiphany 3.21.1 prominent changes can see the Git change highlighting the work of this new development release.

GNOME 3.21.1 as the first collection of updates towards GNOME 3.22 is scheduled to land this Wednesday, 27 April.
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