Epiphany 3.28 Development Kicks Off With Safe Browsing, Better Flatpak Handling
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 16 October 2017 at 02:31 PM EDT. 10 Comments
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Epiphany 3.27.1 was released a short time ago as the first development release of this web-browser for the GNOME 3.28 cycle.

For being early in the development cycle there is already a fair number of improvements with Epiphany 3.27.1. Some of the highlights include Google Safe Browsing support, a new address bar dropdown powered by libdazzle, and improvements to the Flatpak support.

Google Safe Browsing support is the Google service for identifying potentially malicious websites and/or dangerous files when downloading.

GNOME's Epiphany 3.27.1 release also has a number of fixes, allow overriding the autofilled username in password forms, and other tweaks.

More details via this Git commit.

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