QupZilla is an open-source browser application for Mac
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QupZilla is an open-source browser that works on a wide range of platforms and offers you plenty of useful features. This program comes with an integrated ad blocker, brings an intuitive interface, allows you to import bookmarks from your other browsers or HTML files, and much more.

The application provides you with a built-in RSS reader which comes in handy if you're one of those Mac users who like to stay in touch with everything that's new on the Web. Another good thing about this browser is that it supports drag-and-drop action (you can drag links over the address bar and launch the website).

Furthermore, the developer gives you access to the source code of the program and you can alter it according to your requirements in case you're a developer.

Personally, I wouldn't switch from my regular browser to QupZilla. It doesn't offer any new and exciting features so I don't see why we should bother to use it over any of the more popular names like Chrome, Mozilla or Opera.

As a conclusion, it's up to you to decide if it's worth installing QupZilla on your Mac. This tool is full of helpful features, is very simple to handle, and doesn't cost a dime.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary


  • User-friendly interface
  • Comes with an integrated ad blocker
  • Works on various platforms
  • Available in many languages


  • Couldn't find any disadvantages
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