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Best browser alternatives to chrome that you must give a try.

Updated on June 29, 2016

Best browser alternatives to chrome with cool new features

Chrome, another game changing product from the house of google is undisputedly the king of all the browsers. It's 60% of the market share tells us the half story. Mozilla firefox can be regarded as one its toughest competitors.It is has also got the benchmark tests that are so close to the chromium and it even beats chrome in some tests.But, if you think the war of browsers is only between these two, than you are totally mistaken. Apart from these two, there some cool and new browser which made they way into the limelight with all the features they got which separates them from their competition.

The alternatives :

1.) Opera : Opera can be another great alternative to Chrome if you are looking for a similar experience. Opera is based on Chromium just like Chrome, so you will find many features and settings similar to Chrome. Opera is extremely resource friendly with fast navigation, even lighter than Firefox. Opera also has many features that were actually adopted by other browser including Chrome, an example would be “Speed dial”.

It has a special “Turbo Mode” that others don’t offer. When this mode is enabled, all data accessed using Opera is compressed and decreased in size. This provides faster page loading time and uses less internet data, perfect for limited internet data connections.

2.) Vivaldi Browser : Not many may have heard of this browser before, but the performance rate it has is definitely of the top class.Vivaldi web browser lets you do things your way by adapting to you and not the other way around.

A browser that is fast, rich in functionality, highly flexible and puts the user first.
In the near future should appear in the browser files of user synchronization, integrated mail client and much more.

There is also a network offers its members features and services such as blogs, e-mail service, photo albums and forums. is not related to Opera Software.

3.) Maxthon : In last 13 years, Maxthon boasts one billion downloads worldwide, with more than 400 million registered users. Its speed, security and simplicity are its main assets. Apart from that, it also features in built ad-blocking and some super cool extensions that adds up its superiority.

4.) Citrio : At the time of writing, Citrio does the best job of making timely Chromium updates, helping with security, bug fixes and implementation of new features. The browser is a lot like Chrome, but it looks simpler and performs better. Citrio is a simple yet powerful browser for file downloads and media consumption.

5.) Torch : Lastly comes the funkiest of them all.The reason why it made to the list of Chrome alternatives is how much noise it is creating between users. The browser is said to be created for power users who want full control over their browsing.It has got features that one need not download any extra extensions and add-ons. Torch browser includes media downloading, torrents, and social media and sharing. The all-in-one approach has advantages and disadvantages. Chief among advantages is browser integration, which is also the chief disadvantage if you don't use a particular feature or prefer another tool.

6.) Rockmelt browser : RockMelt is a social browser with tight Facebook integration. It has a similar concept to the now-discontinued Flock browser. Install RockMelt and you’ll be prompted to log in with Facebook.If you’re a Facebook addict, RockMelt might just be for you.

7.) SeaMonkey browser : he Sea Monkey project is a community effort to develop the SeaMonkey all-in-one internet application suite. RAM-demand similar to Mozilla Firefox . Such a software suite was previously made popular by Netscape and Mozilla, and the SeaMonkey project continues to develop and deliver high-quality updates to this concept. Containing an Internet browser, email & newsgroup client, HTML editor, IRC chat and web development tools, SeaMonkey is sure to appeal to advancedusers, web developers and corporate users.

All the above mentioned browsers has their own density of fan base all round the world. They may not function as swiftly and fluently like chromium or mozilla but definitely has their own share of their entertaining features which makes convinces us to give a try to test what all secrets they behold.

You can comment about the browser you use and has convinced you to use them.

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