Lynx is possibly the most widely used text mode browser on the Internet. It runs on a wide variety of platforms, including Unix, VMS, Macintosh and Windows. Lynx is a full-featured browser, there is almost no content on the web that Lynx cannot retreive and display, either by itself or by calling on other software designed for the purpose. Read more hot
eww stands for Emacs Web Wowser. It is written in elisp, and is based on shr.el. Read more new
debris is a free text mode HTML browser package that provides support for tables and forms, a secure environment, suited for public terminals and is only 25% of the size of lynx.
ELinks is an advanced and well-established feature-rich text mode web (HTTP/FTP/..) browser. ELinks can render both frames and tables, is highly customizable and can be extended via Lua or Guile scripts. It is very portable and runs on a variety of platforms. Read more
Emacs World Wide Web Browser
A full-featured web browser, written entirely in Emacs-Lisp, that supports all the bells and whistles you will find in use on the web.
Flinks is a flashing-word Web browser intended for speed reading.
Links is a graphics and text mode web browser, released under GPL. It has HTML 4.0 support (without CSS), HTTP 1.1 support, tables, frames, and more.
Netrik features style sheets, multi-windows, good configurability, and full HTML 4.01/XHTML 1.0 support.
retawq is an interactive, multi-threaded network client ("web browser") for text terminals on computers with Unix-like operating systems. It is fast, small, nicely configurable, and comfortable.
w3m is a text-based web browser as well as a pager like `more' or `less'. With w3m you can browse web pages through a terminal emulator window (xterm, rxvt or something like that). Moreover, w3m can be used as a text formatting tool which typesets HTML into plain text.