Hybrid web browser with support for three rendering engines
- Three web rendering engines in one program
- Fast loading, low on resources
- Many interesting tools and options
- Takes a while to configure
- First time launch is slow
Lunascape is an original web browser that supports three different web engines – a great tool for web designers who need to check their work on different web browsers.
With Lunascape you’ll be able to render web pages in the three most popular browser engines: Trident (Internet Explorer), Gecko (Firefox) and WebKit (Safari and Google Chrome). You don't even need to run several instances of the program: each tab on the same window can be rendered with a different engine.
Besides this main feature, Lunascape includes many other interesting tools. It supports mouse hotkeys and gestures, includes a native RSS feed reader, features an embedded multi-search tool, can be customized with skins and also adapted to your needs with plug-ins, just like Firefox and its extensions.
With such an array of tools and options, Lunascape takes a while to configure – not to mention the first time you launch it, when Lunascape shows up all sorts of notifications and configuration messages that can get really annoying. But in the end it's worth it, especially if you need to work with different web browsers.
Lunascape is the first browser to support three different web engines simultaneously: a great help for web developers and designers.