A multiplatform web browser based on WebKit



Arora is a simple multiplatform web browser originally created to help test QtWebKit, a WebKit-based rendering engine.

It looks and works very similarly to Firefox, although it's not as customizable as that browser is.

Arora offers a straightforward and quick browsing experience thanks to its QtWebKit rendering engine, which is capable of loading websites as fast as Safari or Chrome.

It includes a browsing history where you can check the websites you've visited before. This is useful if you want to delete any trace of certain websites so they don't appear in your history.

Another feature in the browser is the bookmarks menu, which lets you save websites and access them more easily the next time you want to visit them.

It also has an integrated search engine, an automatic private information eraser, a simple downloads manager, private browsing, and zoom and fullscreen options.