World's Best Web Browser Ever | List of all Internet Browsers Rank by Users

Many people use that browser which is already installed by default on their computer. But here we are listing the web browsers that is the most popular in the world. List of best web browser ever in the terms of safety, security, speed, fast, reliability. This list is ranked by users through the voting.

Google Chrome

Google Chrome is a web browser created by Google through open source code. Its name is placed on the frame of the graphical user interface (GUI) i.e. Chrome. The name of this project is chromium and it has been released under BSD license. On September 2, 2008, beta version of Google Chrome for Microsoft Windows operating system was released in 43 languages. Google Chrome new browser will be based on the open source Linux code, in which the third party developer will also be able to create a favorable application. Google Chrome is built with better security, better speed and stability. The most prominent characteristic of chrome is its speed and application performance. Its beta version was launched in March 2009.

Google Chrome for iOS

In June 2012, during the Google I/O 2012, Chrome browser announced for iOS, which is available on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.


A speed test conducted by the ZDNet's technology site in early 2008 showed, that among Internet Explorer 7, Safari 3, Firefox 3 pre-release version and Opera 9.5, Opera is the fastest browser in some areas. But the only browser that Opera clearly outperforms is Internet Explorer. On version 10.5, Opera displays a new JavaScript engine, as well as a new vector graphics library.


Chromium is an open source web browser project where Google Chrome takes its source code. These explorers share the majority of codes and features, although there are some minor differences in features and they have different licenses. One of the main objectives of this project is for Chromium to be a window manager with tabs, or a shell for the web, as opposed to it being a traditional explorer application. This application is designed to have a minimalist user interface. The developers stated that - they must feel light (cognitive and physical) and fast.

Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer has been used extensively since 1999, covering 95% of all web browser usage during 2002 to 2003 with Internet Explorer 5 and Internet Explorer 6. Over time, it lost market share since it was involved with the web browser competition.

Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge is a web browser developed by Microsoft. Officially released on 21 January 2015, it replaced Internet Explorer as the default Windows web browser. It is also the default browser for Windows 10 Mobile, the version for smartphones and tablets included in Windows 10 OS. The Cortana Smart Personal Assistant is integrated into the browser. In order to get more information about an element of a web page, simply select the element in question, right click and select "Ask Cortana", the search results are given from the Bing search engine. The reports have so far indicated that this browser will be lighter and faster than his brother "Internet Explorer". Unlike Internet Explorer, Edge is not only a PC-based application but also a universal application that is also compatible with tablets and smartphones.

Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox (originally named Phoenix and later for some time known as Mozilla Firebird) is a free and open source cross-platform web browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation and hundreds of volunteers. Before the release of version 1.0 on November 9, 2004, Firefox had received a very good response from the media, including Forbes and the Wall Street Journal.  With over 5 million downloads in the first 12 days of release, and 6 million to a 24 November 2004, Firefox 1.0 is a free software, open source, the most widely used among home users. Through Firefox, the Mozilla Foundation aims to develop a small, fast, simple, and highly developed web browser. Since April 3, 2003, Firefox and the Thunderbird email client have become the main focus of Mozilla Foundation developers to replace Mozilla Suite.

8. Safari


Safari is a closed-source web browser developed by Apple Inc. It is available for macOS, iOS (the system used by the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad). Before the release of Safari, Apple's browser including Internet Explorer for Mac from Microsoft to your computer as the default browser.

9. Firefox for iOS

Firefox for iOS

Due to the iOS security restrictions chosen by Apple (specifically the inability to set the temporary directory, which is essential for just-in-time compilation), Firefox has to use the built-in iOSKK rendering structure instead of the Gecko.

10. Dolphin Browser

Dolphin Browser

Dolphin Browser is a proprietary web browser by MoboTap Inc., designed for smartphones and tablet computers based on Android and iOS operating systems. Dolphin Browser uses the WebKit browser engine, distributed browser for free. Dolphin Browser was created in 2009. Later, in March 2010, MoboTap Inc. was established in San Francisco, which took up its further support and development. The browser supports extensions and gesture control. Today, the browser exists in several versions, for example, the light version of the Dolphin Browser Mini is designed for low-power devices. The browser allows the user to independently create arbitrary gestures, which can then be used to navigate through the pages. There are also gestures that are used to control the browser itself. For example, by pulling the edge of the screen, you can open the side panel.

11. Maxthon


12. Amazon Kindle

Amazon Kindle

13. Microsoft Edge for iOS

Microsoft Edge for iOS

14. Netscape


15. Android Browser

Android Browser

16. UC Browser

UC Browser

17. Opera Mini

Opera Mini

18. Tor Browser

Tor Browser

19. Puffin Browser

Puffin Browser

20. Arora


21. WebPositive


22. IBrowse (for AmigaOS)

IBrowse (for AmigaOS)

23. Vivaldi


24. Baidu Mobile Browser

Baidu Mobile Browser

25. OmniWeb


26. Baidu Browser

Baidu Browser

27. Midori


28. Brave


29. Firefox for mobile (codenamed Fennec)

Firefox for mobile (codenamed Fennec)

30. AOL Explorer

AOL Explorer

31. IBM WebExplorer

IBM WebExplorer

32. Yahoo! Browser

Yahoo! Browser

33. CM Browser - Cheetah Mobile

CM Browser - Cheetah Mobile

34. Yandex Browser

Yandex Browser

35. Comodo Dragon

Comodo Dragon

36. Epic


37. Torch


38. Avant Browser

Avant Browser

39. RockMelt


AMosaic is a porting of the Mosaic web browser for the Amiga platform. The development was started in 1993 and was the first graphic web browser for Amiga. AMosaic was based on Mosaic, a web browser from NCSA. AMosaic is AmigaOS for the published version of NCSA's Mosaic browser. The first version was released on December 25, 1993. The developer is Michael Fischer. Using runtime libraries, the browser supports two different TCP / IP implementations (AS225 and AmiTCP) and DNET communication.

41. Miro


The Miro (formerly DTV or Democracy Player) is one of the Participatory Culture Foundation developed, free P2PTV program. It can automatically download videos from subscribed channels, so it works as a video podcast reader. Miro allows you to search for videos from nine video portals. The hits of the search are displayed as a list with one picture and one to five lines description and can be clicked on to download.

42. MicroB


MicroB is a tablet, phone web browser developed by Nokia for use in smartphones, mobile and tablet devices that run the Maemo operating system. The browser is Mozilla-based and uses the Gecko layout engine.

xB Browser (XeroBank Browser, formerly called Torpark) is an Open Source web browser based on the Tor client and Firefox Portable. It is a browser developed with security in mind, so when a new version of Firefox comes out, it does not adapt until several bug fix versions have been released.

NetPositive, sometimes called Net+, was the browser included with BeOS. The program has more spartan display capabilities, so it supports HTML 4.0 and parts of JavaScript.

Planetweb browser is a discontinued browser for Dreamcast. This browser is user ticket to SegaNet and key to exclusive games and game demos. Here user will need it every time user use their Dreamcast to browse the Internet and connect with Dreamcall.

46. Qihoo 360 mobile browsers

360 Extreme Explorer is a modern, western-oriented version of the 360 Browser browser, the development of the international version of which was discontinued in October 2014. For the first time under the name 360 Secure Browser (at different times it was called 360 Browser, 360 Speed‚ Browser or Safe Browser) it was released in September 2008.

47. SlimBoat


48. OWB


49. ZAC Browser

ZAC Browser

50. ThunderHawk


51. BOLT Browser

BOLT Browser

52. Web Browser for S60

Web Browser for S60

53. Gollum browser

Gollum browser

54. Kirix Strata

Kirix Strata

55. Nightingale


56. Minimo (for mobile)

Minimo (for mobile)

57. Beonex Communicator

58. Classilla

59. Gnuzilla GNU's fork

60. NetSurf

61. Phoenix

Phoenix was an early, now discontinued a famous web browser and editor, developed at the Chicago University in the Biological Sciences Division, that was built on tkWWW version 0.9.

62. tkWWW

63. Ariadna

64. AWeb (AmigaOS)

65. Prodigy Classic

66. Arachne

67. Arena

68. Charon

69. Dillo

70. DR-WebSpyder

71. Embrowser

72. Gazelle

73. EWW

74. Line Mode Browser

75. Internet in a Box

76. Spyglass Mosaic

77. Abaco

78. Emacs/W3

79. w3m

80. Links

81. WebbIE

82. AT&T Pogo

83. TenFourFox

84. Iceweasel

85. Timberwolf

86. GNU IceCat

87. Swiftfox

88. Swiftweasel

89. CometBird

90. Tencent Traveler

91. TomeRaider

92. K-Ninja

93. Ecosia

94. Mozilla Application Suite

95. Skyfire

96. Amazon Silk

97. Sleipnir

98. NeoPlanet

99. NetCaptor

100. RealPlayer

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